Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Property"

The meaning of "Property" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does property that fell into distress mean?
A: Property that "fell into distress" is property (like land or a building) that is grossly neglected. The property is no longer usable or safe.
Q: What does commercial property mean?
A: Commercial property is property that the owner doesn't intend to live in. He wants to rent it out or sell it so that he can make money from it.
Q: What does residential property mean?
A: A residential property could be a house or an apartment complex. It's a place where people live - a residence or a group of residences.
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Q: What does property line mean?
A: It is a legal description that refers to the edge of someone's land. Where their land (property) ends. His fence is on someone else's land.
Q: What does get on property ladder mean?
A: The property ladder is just another word for the housing market. You buy a property, sell it for profit, use the profit to buy larger or better property, sell it for profit, repeat

Example sentences using "Property"

Q: Please show me example sentences with property.
A: Her property lies just south of the cemetary.

This book is property of the local library, so I can't make side notes in it.

He acts as if she is his property.

If a tree falls onto my property, even if it isn't growing on my land, I'm responsible for it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with property.
A: -We are not responsible for the loss of personal property.
-He was trying to sell stolen property.
-He was caught trespassing on private property.
-Leave those books alone! They are my property.
-Important types of property include real property (land), personal property (other physical possessions), and intellectual property (rights over artistic creations, inventions, etc.).
Q: Please show me example sentences with property.
A: That is my property
Q: Please show me example sentences with property.
A: This is my property. Or don't touch my property

Synonyms of "Property" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between property and real estate ?
A: real estate is land and anything that is permanently attached to the land, like a house.

property is land, but is also other things that you own that are not attached to the land, like vehicles, jewelry, money, clothes, etc.

Here, click the link below and read the answers that other people give to this question. It will help you out a lot.
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-real-estate-and-property
Q: What is the difference between he left many properties after he had died

and he left many properties after he died ?
A: No difference in meaning. The first one sounds slightly more informal.

Hope that helps!
Q: What is the difference between property and prosperity ?
A: property = things you own, also a house. Prosperity = the state of being rich, of being prosperous.
Q: What is the difference between property and belongings ?
A: we usually refer to our clothes and the likes as belongings. property is usually used for land, like house and car, things that are expensive but they mean the same thing. property is also usually used for more serious matter
Q: What is the difference between property and real estate ?
A: Real estate is land or a house, as per in0ri's description

Translations of "Property"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? properties
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? property
A: property
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 뭉치지 않음(when explaining some properties)
A: It doesn’t cause agglomeration (also known as caking).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? properties
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Other questions about "Property"

Q: The most important properties of a good neighbor is being silent, don’t disturb us and help us when we need them. We had a neighbor 2 yrs ago who was very disturbing and his TV sound was always load and we couldn’t sleep at night, but now we have a good neighbor. Does this sound natural?
A: The most important properties of a good neighbor are quietness, not being bothersome, and helping us when we need help. We had a neighbor 2 years ago who was very disturbing and his TV was always loud and we couldn’t sleep at night, but now we have a good neighbor.
Q: What properties are inherent in it? Does this sound natural?
A: what are its inherent properties?
Q: Lost properties Office

Thank you for good news for me.
Are every my items still in my rucksack?
Or some items had already steal?
Could you send me a photo taken my items?

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Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, perfect! But remember to add a question mark - ?
Q: I usually pay my real property tax by automatic withdrawal. Does this sound natural?
A: I think we probably have different terms for 'real property tax' and 'automatic withdrawal'.

We have 'council tax' (on property) and 'direct debit' or 'standing order'.
Q: What does "with the property" mean?


This inclusion of the Japanese Spider-Man into Marvel’s official canon is interesting though.

At the time, Marvel weren’t best pleased with the creative license taken with the property and I can sympathize with that to be fair. As such, the legal side of things has been a bit tricky between Toei and Marvel since.
A: property - refers to Japanese Spider-Man. This is immediately apparent given the context of the sentence. It is legal property.
The context - Japanese Spider-Man got integrated into Marvel's official canon - Marvel wasn't pleased
So,
Marvel is not happy with what the Japanese did with Spiderman.
"Marvel weren't best pleased" [wrong] - "Marvel wasn't very pleased"

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