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  1. deed
    IPA[dēd]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. convey or transfer (property or rights) by legal deed:

      they deeded their property to their children
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: deed, plural noun: deeds

    • noun

      an action that is performed intentionally or consciously:

      a brave or noble act:

    • verb

      convey or transfer (property or rights) by legal deed:
    • noun

      a deed that guarantees a clear title to the buyer of real property.
    • noun

      a legal deed or document constituting evidence of a right, especially to ownership of property.
    • noun

      a deed of conveyance creating and setting out the conditions of a trust.
    • noun

      a legal deed or document constituting evidence of a right, especially to ownership of property.
    • noun

      a deed of conveyance creating and setting out the conditions of a trust.
    • noun

      a legal deed made and executed by one party only, especially to formalize a change of a person's name:
    • noun

      a strongbox for keeping deeds and other documents.
    • noun

      an agreement to pay a regular amount of money, particularly when this enables the recipient (typically a charity) to reclaim any tax paid by the donor on the amount.
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