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condominium

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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condominiumcon‧do‧min‧i‧um /ˌkɒndəˈmɪniəm $ ˌkɑːn-/ ●●○ noun [countable] especially American English  1 TBBone apartment in a building with several apartments, each of which is owned by the people living in it2 TBBa building containing several of these apartmentsapartment block
Examples from the Corpus
condominiumThis shift hurts affordability, Mikulecky noted, because single-family homes cost more than attached condominiums.And a partnership he belongs to has sold some Orange County condominiums, according to sources.And the site had already been approved for the previous developer to build 237 luxury condominiums.He and his wife are eager to buy a car: the new condominium has its own car-port.Time-share condominiums also are plentiful, but more about them later.Some residents of Villa Aspara are unhappy that their developer went bankrupt and was unable to complete the condominiums, Gregory said.He re-did the the condominium.They rent out their condominium to skiers during the winter.
From Longman Business Dictionarycondominiumcon‧do‧min‧i‧um /ˌkɒndəˈmɪniəmˌkɑːn-/ (also condo /ˈkɒndəʊˈkɑːndoʊ/) noun [countable] American EnglishPROPERTY an apartment in a building with several apartments, each of which is owned by the people living in it, or the apartment building itself
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