property

property
n
1) собственность, имущество
2) земельная собственность, земельный участок
3) право собственности
4) свойство, качество

- abandoned property
- agrarian property
- alien property
- attached property
- beneficial property
- business property
- cargo properties
- charged property
- city property
- collective property
- common property
- communal property
- community property
- company property
- contaminated property
- cooperative property
- corporate property
- corporation property
- damaged property
- debt-financed property
- depreciable property
- discarded property
- domestic properties
- estate property
- exhibition property
- external property
- federal property
- financial property
- fixed property
- foreign property
- freehold property
- funded property
- government-owned property
- group property
- house property
- immovable property
- income-producing property
- income-yielding property
- incorporeal property
- individual property
- industrial property
- insurable property
- insured property
- intangible property
- intellectual property
- joint property
- landed property
- leased property
- leasehold property
- like-kind property
- low rise property
- mixed property
- mortgaged property
- movable property
- municipal property
- municipal residential property
- national property
- nationalized property
- natural property of commodity
- ordinary income property
- ownerless property
- partnership property
- personal property
- plant property
- pledged property
- private property
- public property
- rateable property
- real property
- rented property
- residential property
- seized property
- separate property
- state property
- state and public property
- state-owned property
- statistical property
- stolen property
- surplus property
- tangible property
- taxable property
- taxable immovable property
- taxable movable property
- town property
- trust property
- unalienable property
- underlying property
- unencumbered property
- wearing property
- property in goods
- property in land
- property in municipal ownership
- property of the firm
- property of state
- property under arrest
- property claimed as exempt
- property lodged with a bank
- property pledged as collateral
- property reserved
- acquire real property
- administer property
- alienate property
- auction off a borrower's property
- bequeath property
- detach property in trust
- enjoy property
- inherit property
- insure property
- make a property over
- mortgage property
- obtain property
- pawn property
- place property under embargo
- possess property
- register property
- sell property at a gain
- surrender property
- use property

English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics. 2014.

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