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estate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
estate /is'teit/
  • danh từ
    • tài sản, di sản
    • bất động sản ruộng đất
    • đẳng cấp
      • the third estate: đẳng cấp thứ ba (Pháp)
      • fourth estate: (đùa cợt) giới báo chí
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) hoàn cảnh, tình trạng
Concise Dictionary
estatesɪ'steɪt
noun
+everything you own; all of your assets (whether real property or personal property) and liabilities
+extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use
+a major social class or order of persons regarded collectively as part of the body politic of the country and formerly possessing distinct political rights

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 property, holdings, domain, demesne, land, landed estate, manor, mansion:
They live on a large estate in the south of France.
2 property, holdings, assets, capital, resources, wealth, fortune; belongings, possessions, chattels:
The estate was divided among the heirs.
3 estate of the realm, class, caste, order, standing, position, (social) status, state, station, place, situation, stratum, level, rank:
By virtue of her high estate, she is entitled to certain privileges.
4 development, Brit (housing or industrial or trading) estate:
They live in a council house on an estate near Reading.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 a large area of land, usually in the country, that is owned by one person or family: a 3 000-acre estate + She receives rent from all the people whose cottages are on estate land.
2 (BrE) an area of land with a lot of houses or factories of the same type on it: She lives in a tower block on an estate in London.
See also - COUNCIL ESTATE, HOUSING ESTATE, INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, TRADING ESTATE
3 (law) all the money and property that a person owns, especially everything that is left when they die: Her estate was left to her daughter. + He left estate valued at a million dollars.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 land owned by a person/family/organization

ADJ.

big, great, large, substantial, vast | small

VERB + ESTATE

have, own
The family owns a large estate in the north of the country.
| buy
Queen Victoria bought the estate in 1848.
| manage, run

ESTATE + NOUN

employee, manager, owner, worker | management

PREP.

on an/the ~
the number of people living on the estate
| ~ of
an estate of 20,000 acres

PHRASES

an heir to an estate
The young prince is the heir to a vast estate in the west of the country.

2 land with a lot of buildings of the same type

ADJ.

large, massive | small | council, housing | private | industrial, trading
The factory is on a large industrial estate on the outskirts of town.

VERB + ESTATE

build

PREP.

on an/the ~
She lives on a council estate in Leeds.

3 property that sb leaves when they die

ADJ.

personal

VERB + ESTATE

leave
She left her whole estate to her niece.
| inherit
She inherited her father's estate.
| own
He owns personal estate worth $30 million.

ESTATE + VERB

be valued at sth, be worth sth



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