Definition of 'private property'
Example sentences containing 'private property'
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They can seize a private property if it has been empty for six months. The Sun (2009)It was private property and he had no right to be there. The Sun (2006)The historic justification of private property had been that it fostered responsibility and acted as a bulwark against tyranny. The Search for Justice - a history of Britain and the British people Volume III (1990)
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Translations for 'private property'
British English: private property /ˈpraɪvɪt ˈprɒpətɪ/ NOUN
Private property is land or belongings owned by a person or group and kept for their exclusive use.
- American English: private property
- Arabic: مُلْكِيَّةٌ خَاصَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: propriedade privada
- Chinese: 私有财产
- Croatian: privatno vlasništvo
- Czech: soukromý majetek
- Danish: privat ejendom
- Dutch: privé-eigendom
- European Spanish: propiedad privada
- Finnish: yksityisomaisuus
- French: propriété privée
- German: Privateigentum
- Greek: ιδιωτική περιουσία
- Italian: proprietà privata
- Japanese: 個人の所有物
- Korean: 사유 재산
- Norwegian: privat eiendom
- Polish: własność prywatna
- European Portuguese: propriedade privada
- Romanian: proprietate privată
- Russian: частная собственность
- Spanish: propiedad privada
- Swedish: enskild egendom
- Thai: ทรัพย์สมบัติส่วนตัว
- Turkish: özel mülk
- Ukrainian: приватна власність
- Vietnamese: tài sản riêng
Definition of private property from the Collins English Dictionary
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