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deed

noun [C] uk   us   /diːd/

deed noun [C] (ACTION)

an intentional act, especially a very bad or very good one: It seems to me that a lot of evil deeds are done in the name of religion. She's always helping people and doing good deeds.

deed noun [C] (DOCUMENT)

specialized law a legal document that is an official record of an agreement or official proof that someone owns land or a building
Traducciones de “deed”
en árabe فِعْل…
en coreano 행동…
in Malaysian amalan…
en francés action…
en turco iş, eylem, fiil…
en italiano azione…
en chino (tradicionál) 行為, (尤指很壞或很好的)事情,行為…
en ruso поступок, дело, документ…
en polaco czyn, uczynek, akt notarialny…
in Vietnamese việc làm…
en español acto, acción, hecho…
en portugués ação, feito, façanha…
in Thai การกระทำ…
en alemán die Tat…
en catalán acte, acció…
en japonés 行為…
in Indonesian tindakan…
en chino (simplificado) 行为, (尤指很坏或很好的)事情,行为…
(Definition of deed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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