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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A condominium.
- abbr. a condominium
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. one of the units in a condominium.
- n. one of the dwelling units in a condominium
“Ms. Noriega said the gray paint used throughout the condo is the exact color used in Ms. Lyons 'home.”
“Anyway, around the corner from my condo is a place called Minnie's that carries the original Dr Pepper from Dublin in bottles.”
“The 5 bedroom, eight bathroom condo is 5,000 square feet with a living and dining space that encompasses 1,400 square feet.”
“Even if you do have access to off-street parking it isn't always included in condo fees or the rent.”
“- Her condo is burning down thanks to some dodgy wiring work. urgs says:”
“The condo is fine and the bakery is a nice addition to the area ..”
“Maybe he can set up a futures market in condo prices.”
“For some the condo is half empty and for some it's half full.”
“In January you heard a click right after you said the word condo," Mr. Karr said.”
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