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[ざい()·さん()]
zaisan
noun

English Meaning(s) for 財産

noun
  1. property; fortune; assets

Definition and Synonyms for 財産

Worldly Possessions all the property that someone possess
Synonyms: 全財産, 財産
Estate everything you own
Synonyms: , 家蔵, , 財産, 身代
Fortune a large amount of wealth or prosperity
Synonyms: リッチ, フォーチュン, 一財産, , , 富む, , 財産, 財貨, 資産, 資財, 身代
Property something owned
Synonyms: プロパティ, 所有, 所有地, 所有物, 持ち物, 財産, 資産, 身代
Possession anything owned or possessed
Synonyms: 所有, 所有物, 所蔵, , , 財産
Property any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone
Synonyms: プロパティ, 所有, 所有地, 所有物, 持ち物, 財産, 資産, 身代
Estate all of your assets (whether real property or personal property) and liabilities
Synonyms: , 家蔵, , 財産, 身代

Meanings for each kanji in 財産

property; money; wealth; assets Kanji Details »
products; bear; give birth; yield; childbirth; native; property Kanji Details »

Categories 財産 is a member of

Relation an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together
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Possession anything owned or possessed
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Property something owned
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Treasure accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc.
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 財産

Sample Sentences for 財産

My mistake cost me my fortune.
To believe that an unexpected big fortune will come your way is to build a castle in Spain.
A man's worth lies not in what he has but in what he is.
He is said to have made a fortune in oil.
He consumed his fortune gambling.

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