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

n. 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).
Example sentences
Ask a realestate agent, properties with notorious crimes are often difficult to sell.
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