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everything you own
belongings
smaller things you own, e.g. bag, camera, coat (always plural
estate (first meaning)
land, etc.
estate (second meaning)
all someone's wealth
housing estate
area containing a large number of houses or apartments built close together at the same time
property
goods, land, etc., considered as possessions
proprietor
the owner of a business establishment, a hotel, etc.
landlord
owner of rented property (m)
landlady
owner of rented property (f)
tenant
a person or group that rents and occupies land, a house, an office, or the like, from another for a period of time
inherited
became the owner after someone's death
provides
to supply or equip, to make available
supplies
to furnish or provide (a person, establishment, place, etc.) with what is lacking or requisite
present with
to bring, offer, or give, often in a formal or ceremonious way
supported
maintenance, as of a person or family, with necessaries, means, or funds
caters for
to provide food, service, etc., as for a party or wedding, looks after the needs of people
donated
a large gift to institutions
sponsor
give money if you (for example) complete a race
hand over
the act of relinquishing property, authority, etc
handed out
distributed
gave it away
gave it free to someone
handed down
to transmit from one to another, especially to bequeath to posterity
move
to pass from one place or position to another
travel
to go from one place to another, as by car, train, plane, or ship; take a trip; journey
sail
to move along or travel over water
flow/run
to move along in a stream
swerved
moved suddenly to the side
drifted
moved slowly
fluttered
moved gently from side to side (for example a flag)
stirred
moved slightly
swayed
moved slowly from side to side (trees)
crawling along
to move in a prone position with the body resting on or close to the ground, as a worm or caterpillar, or on the hands and knees, as a young child
dawdling
moving more slowly than is necessary
tore along
came round with a very high speed
shot past
quickly, with very high speed
hurrying
to move, proceed, or act with haste
rushing
to move, act, or progress with speed, impetuosity, or violence
creeping along
moving very slowly
plodding
the word suggests heavy, often tired, movement
speed
is used for vehicles, developments, changes etc. rapidity in moving, going, traveling, proceeding, or performing; swiftness; celerity
pace
the word shows how you experience something as happening fast or slow. a rate of movement, especially in stepping, walking, etc.
velocity
rapidity of motion or operation; swiftness; speed: