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Definitions of property:

part of speech: noun

That which is proper to anything: a peculiar or essential quality: a quality: that which is one's own: an estate: right of possessing, employing, etc.: ownership:- pl. articles required by actors in a play.

part of speech: noun

Peculiar quality; that which is inherent in a thing, or essentially natural to it; an acquired or artificial quality; the exclusive right of possessing and disposing of a thing; the thing owned or possessed; an estate.

part of speech: noun

Any quality or attribute that belongs to a thing, or one that especially marks it; ownership; the thing owned; estate; goods.

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