Also called tenement house. a run-down and often overcrowded apartment house, especially in a poor section of a large city.
any species of permanent property, as lands, houses, rents, an office, or a franchise, that may be held of another.
tenements, freehold interests in things immovable considered as subjects of property.
British. an apartment or room rented by a tenant.
Archaic. any abode or habitation.
Also called tenement building. (now esp in Scotland) a large building divided into separate flats
a dwelling place or residence, esp one intended for rent
(mainly Brit) a room or flat for rent
(property law) any form of permanent property, such as land, dwellings, offices, etc
noun 1. the largest of the Canary Islands, off the NW Coast of Africa. 794 sq. mi. (2055 sq. km). . Capital: Santa Cruz de Tenerife. 2. Pi·co de [pee-koh dey;; Spanish pee-kaw th e] /ˈpi koʊ deɪ;; Spanish ˈpi kɔ ðɛ/ (Show IPA), Teide, Pico de. noun 1. a Spanish island in the Atlantic, […]
tenesmic te·nes·mic (tə-něz’mĭk) adj. Relating to, marked by, or affected with tenesmus.
noun, Pathology. 1. a straining to urinate or defecate, without the ability to do so. noun 1. (pathol) an ineffective painful straining to empty the bowels in response to the sensation of a desire to defecate, without producing a significant quantity of faeces tenesmus te·nes·mus (tə-něz’məs) n. A painful spasm of the anal sphincter accompanied […]
noun 1. any opinion, principle, doctrine, dogma, etc., especially one held as true by members of a profession, group, or movement. noun 1. a belief, opinion, or dogma
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