[e-stahm-pee] /ɛ stɑmˈpi/
a medieval dance and instrumental form, in several repeated sections, associated chiefly with the trouvères.
[e-stahn-see-uh; Spanish es-tahn-syah] /ɛˈstɑn si ə; Spanish ɛsˈtɑn syɑ/ noun, plural estancias [e-stahn-see-uh z; Spanish es-tahn-syahs] /ɛˈstɑn si əz; Spanish ɛsˈtɑn syɑs/ (Show IPA) 1. (in Spanish America) a landed estate or a cattle ranch. /ɪˈstænsɪə; Spanish esˈtansia/ noun 1. (in Spanish America) a large estate or cattle ranch
[ih-steyt] /ɪˈsteɪt/ noun 1. a piece of landed property, especially one of large extent with an elaborate house on it: to have an estate in the country. 2. Law. 3. British. a housing development. 4. a period or condition of life: to attain to man’s estate. 5. a major political or social group or class, […]
noun, British. 1. the steward or manager of a landed estate. 2. a real-estate agent; realtor. noun 1. (Brit) an agent concerned with the valuation, management, lease, and sale of property Usual US and Canadian name real-estate agent 2. the administrator of a large landed property, acting on behalf of its owner; estate manager
[ih-steyt-bot-l-ing, -bot-ling] /ɪˈsteɪtˌbɒt l ɪŋ, -ˌbɒt lɪŋ/ noun 1. a practice whereby a vineyard bottles its own wine.
noun, British. 1. . noun 1. (Brit) a car with a comparatively long body containing a large carrying space, reached through a rear door: usually the back seats can be folded forward to increase the carrying space Also called (esp US, Canadian, Austral, and NZ) station wagon