immeubles

plural noun im·meu·bles \ ēmœbl(ᵊ) , -b(lə) \

Definition of immeubles

:a class of property under French law that consists essentially of immovables — compare meubles

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Origin and Etymology of immeubles

French, plural of immeuble piece of fixed property, from Middle French, from immeuble immovable (in biens immeubles immovable property), from Old French immoble, from Latin immobilis


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