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parcel

n. a defined piece of real estate, usually resulting from the division of a large area of land. It can range in size from a small lot to a gigantic ranch. 2) a package. (See: real property, real estate)

parcel

noun acreage, area, block, district, enclave, enclosure, estate, field, ground, land, lot, property, patch, piece, piece of land, plot, plot of ground, plot of land, real estate, region, section, sector, segment, square, terrain, territory, tract
Associated concepts: conveyance, partition

parcel

verb administer, allocate, allot, appoint, appropriate, assign, award, bestow, carve, deal out, dispose of, distribuere, distribute, divide, divide into shares, dividere, dole out, give away, give out, grant, mete, part with, partiri, partition, pass out, portion out, prorate, ration, sectionalize, segment, split up, subdivide
See also: installment, land, lot, moiety, part, property, ration, real estate, reapportion, separate, subdivide

parcel

a description in a deed of the lands that are the subject matter of the transaction.

PARCEL, estates. Apart of the estate. 1 Com. Dig. Abatement, H 511 p. 133; 5 Com. Dig. Grant, E 10, p. 545. To parcel is to divide an estate. Bac, Ab. Conditions, 0.