1. n
1) имущество; собственность; принадлежность
2) свойство, характерная особенность

to account for UN property — отчитываться за имущество ООН

to acquire property — приобретать собственность

to burgle and bug private property — вламываться в чужие дома и устанавливать там подслушивающие устройства

to confiscate property — конфисковать имущество

to damage government property — наносить ущерб государственному имуществу

to desecrate church property — осквернять собственность церкви

to destroy property — причинять ущерб собственности

to expropriate foreign property — экспроприировать иностранное имущество

to insure one's property against smth — страховать имущество от чего-л.

to levy on a person's property — взыскивать долг с помощью описи имущества должника

to lose one's property — лишаться собственности

to maintain intellectual property throughout the world — охранять интеллектуальную собственность во всем мире

to misappropriate property — присваивать / растрачивать чужую собственность

to nationalize private property — национализировать частную собственность

to protect social property — защищать общественную собственность

to renounce / to resign a property — отказываться от собственности

to respect private property — уважать частную собственность

to safeguard private property — беречь / охранять частную собственность

to take up arms to protect one's property — браться за оружие для защиты своего имущества

- common property
- communal property
- confiscation of property
- cooperative property
- damage to property
- foreign property
- form of property
- industrial property
- intellectual property
- landed property
- landowner property
- large property
- large-scale property
- movable property
- national property
- nationalized property
- personal property
- petty property
- private property
- protection of intellectual property
- public property
- real property
- right to private property
- small-scale property
- social property
- socialization of property
- state form of property
- state property
- state-owned property
- tangible property
2. attr

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