real estate

[ree-uhl, reel]
noun
1.
property, especially in land: three acres of real estate.

Origin:
1705–15

real-estate, adjective
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real estate
 
n
another term for real property

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real estate definition

jargon
May be used for any critical resource measured in units of area. Most frequently used of "chip real estate", the area available for logic on the surface of an integrated circuit (see also nanoacre). May also be used of floor space in a dinosaur pen, or even space on a crowded desktop (whether physical or electronic).
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(1996-11-06)

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Example sentences
At home, the choice is between savings accounts paying less than inflation or
  real estate with uncertain property rights.
Historians rarely descend to those details from which alone the real estate of
  a community can be collected.
Investments and real estate income also account for a sizable portion of
  revenue.
Yes the real estate is more expensive than many places, but it is manageable.
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