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estate

noun [C] (PROPERTY) 财产     /ɪˈsteɪt/
a large area of land in the country which is owned by a family or an organization and is often used for growing crops or raising animals (位于乡村的)大片私有土地,庄园,种植园 It's a typical country estate with a large house for the owner, farm buildings and estate workers' houses. 这是一个典型的乡村庄园,建有主人的大宅子、许多农舍以及庄园工人的宿舍。 Farms and ranchesAreas of land where crops are grown
legal everything that a person owns when they die (个人死后留下的全部)财产,遗产 She left her entire estate to her niece. 她把所有的遗产都留给了自己的侄女。 Belongings and possessions
(Definition of estate noun (PROPERTY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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