Synonyms of 'estate'
1 landsDictionary, property, area
a shooting party on his estate in Yorkshire
2 areaDictionary, centre, park
an industrial estate
the large number of community groups in the area
a manor house in six acres of park and woodland
a development on a hilltop by the coast
He became a hod carrier on a building site.
The area has been declared a disaster zone.
a small plot of land for growing vegetables
3 propertyDictionary, capital, assets
His estate was valued at £100,000.
4 classDictionary, order, rank
a king or queen or other person of high estate
5 statusDictionary, state, place
the honourable estate of spinsterhood
promoted to the status of foreman
You shouldn't be lifting heavy things in your state.
the place where the temple actually stood
He has improved his country's standing abroad.
their changing role and position in society
The government has to encourage people to better their condition.
high quality paper and plywood
The vast majority knew their station in life and kept to it.
He eventually rose to the rank of captain.
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Capital is a large sum of money which you use to start a business, or which you invest in order to make more money.
The company is having difficulties in raising capital.
A caste is one of the traditional social classes into which people are divided in a Hindu society.
Most of these people are from the socially-disadvantaged lower castes.
Thesaurus for estate from the Collins English Thesaurus
An estate is a large area of land in the country which is owned by a person, family, or organization .