Spanish translation of 'estate'
(= land) finca f ⧫ hacienda f
(= country estate) finca f ⧫ hacienda f (Latin America) ⧫ estancia f (Southern Cone)
(= housing estate) urbanización f
(= industrial estate) polígono m industrial
(= property) propiedad f
(= assets) patrimonio m
[of deceased] herencia f
she left a large estate dejó una gran herencia
personal estate patrimonio m personalsee also real compounds
4. (British) = estate car
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Whenever there was poaching on the estate, or there had been an outbreak of theft, Kyle blamed Nick's dad.LOST SUMMER (2002)
Bagado watched it turn right into an estate about a quarter of a mile behind us.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
Ten minutes later, we were cruising the lanes of the estate where the Mercedes had gone.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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'estate' in Other Languages
British English: estate /ɪˈsteɪt/ NOUN
An estate is a large area of land in the country owned by one person or organization.
He spent the holidays at the 300-acre estate of his aunt and uncle.
- American English: estate
- Arabic: عِزْبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: estado de um país
- Chinese: 庄园
- Croatian: imanje
- Czech: statek
- Danish: ejendom
- Dutch: landgoed
- European Spanish: finca situación
- Finnish: kartano
- French: propriété
- German: Landsitz
- Greek: κτήμα
- Italian: proprietà
- Japanese: 地所
- Korean: 부동산
- Norwegian: eiendom
- Polish: posiadłość
- European Portuguese: propriedade de um país
- Romanian: proprietateimobiliare
- Russian: поместье
- Spanish: estado organización política
- Swedish: gods herrgård
- Thai: ทรัพย์สินที่ดิน
- Turkish: malikane
- Ukrainian: маєток
- Vietnamese: bất động sản
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