Land-grab



noun
1.
the seizing of land by a nation, state, or organization, especially illegally, underhandedly, or unfairly.

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    [land-grab-er] /ˈlændˌgræb ər/ noun 1. a person who seizes land illegally or underhandedly. noun 1. the seizing of land by a nation, state, or organization, especially illegally, underhandedly, or unfairly.

  • Land-grabber

    [land-grab-er] /ˈlændˌgræb ər/ noun 1. a person who seizes land illegally or underhandedly.



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