condo

[kon-doh]
noun, plural condos. Informal.
condominium ( defs 1, 2 ).

Origin:
1970–75, Americanism; by shortening; cf. -o

mini-condo, noun, plural mini-condos.
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condo (ˈkɒndəʊ)
 
n , pl -dos
a condominium building or apartment

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condo
1964, short for condominium.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
condo
condominium
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Example sentences
We traversed this forest to get from our condo to the beach, sometimes
  disturbing monkeys and large monitor lizards.
One sign of a sustained slowdown would be a return to less frothy condo names.
The next thing you know, everybody has bought a condo.
There's enough money hidden under my clothes to buy a two-bedroom condo.
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