chattel definition

  • noun:
    • Law a write-up of movable private home.
    • A slave.
    • real, movable residential property.
    • A slave.
    • anything of movable or immovable home except the freehold, or even the things which are parcel from it. It's an even more substantial term than items or impacts.
    • home; wealth; items; stock. See cattle
    • a write-up of individual property; a movable: usually when you look at the plural, items; movable possessions.
    • Synonyms Effects, products, etc. See home.
    • Law An article of movable personal home.
    • A slave.
    • individual instead of genuine residential property; any concrete movable residential property (furniture or domestic creatures or an automobile etc)
    • real, movable home.
    • A slave.
    • Any item of movable or immovable home except the freehold, and/or things that tend to be parcel from it. It really is a more considerable term than goods or results.
    • home; wide range; products; stock. See cattle
    • articles of personal property; a movable: frequently within the plural, items; movable possessions.
    • Synonyms issues, merchandise, etc. See residential property.
    • private in place of genuine residential property; any concrete movable home (furnishings or domestic creatures or a vehicle etc)
  • adjective:
    • widely used to explain the treatment of Russian serfs as residential property.
    • widely used to describe the treating Russian serfs as property.
  • others:
    • To regard as a chattel; lower on problem of a chattel.
    • To respect as a chattel; reduce to the problem of a chattel.

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