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The company bought the land last year.
Some of his land had been flooded.
Their ancient tribal lands have been taken away.
a vacant plot of land (=piece of land)
the mountains of distant lands
The news quickly spread throughout the land.
a land of wondrous wildlife and sweeping beauty
Many people emigrated to Canada believing that it was a land of opportunity.
This is the American English definition of land. View British English definition of land.
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