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cadastral

[ kuh-das-truhl ]
/ kəˈdæs trəl /
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adjective
Surveying. (of a map or survey) showing or including boundaries, property lines, etc.
of or relating to a cadastre.
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Origin of cadastral

From French, dating back to 1855–60; see origin at cadastre, -al1

OTHER WORDS FROM cadastral

ca·das·tral·ly, adverb

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