Meaning of PROPERTY in English

noun (plural -ties) Etymology: Middle English proprete, from Anglo-French propreté, from Latin proprietat-, proprietas, from proprius own Date: 14th century 1. a quality or trait belonging and especially peculiar to an individual or thing, an effect that an object has on another object or on the senses, virtue 3, an attribute common to all members of a class, 2. something owned or possessed, the exclusive right to possess, enjoy, and dispose of a thing ; ownership , something to which a person or business has a legal title, one (as a performer) who is under contract and whose work is especially valuable, a book or script purchased for publication or production, an article or object used in a play or motion picture except painted scenery and costumes, see: quality ~less adjective ~lessness noun

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