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real estate

[ ree-uhl, reel ]
/ ˈri əl, ril /
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noun

property, especially in land: three acres of real estate.
available space or capacity: A bigger screen will give you extra real estate.

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Origin of real estate

First recorded in 1640–45

OTHER WORDS FROM real estate

re·al-es·tate, adjective
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real estate

noun

another term for real property
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