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Topic: LAW

Date: 1600-1700
Language: Old French
Origin: escroue; SCROLL1

escrow

noun
     
es‧crow [uncountable] law
SCL money, land, or a written contract, etc that is held by someone who is not directly involved in an agreement while the agreement is being achieved:
a property held in escrow
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