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proprietor 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/p(r)əˈprīətər/,
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proprietors, plural;
  1. The owner of a business

  2. A holder of property


  1. owner: (law) someone who owns (is legal possessor of) a business; "he is the owner of a chain of restaurants"
  2. A Proprietor, or Inhaber, was a term used in the Habsburg military to denote special honors extended to a noble or aristocrat. ...
  3. The Proprietor is a 1996 film. It is a U.S.-French co-production Merchant Ivory film, directed by Ismail Merchant for Jeanne Moreau's request.
  4. An owner; A sole owner of an unincorporated business, also called a sole proprietor; One of the owners of an unincorporated business, a partner; One or more persons to whom a colonial territory is assigned, like a fief, including its administration
  5. (Proprietors) Avatars in the past have been used strictly for wasting time. On the GigaSpot Wireless Network, our Avatars can actually come into your No cost Virtual Online store, and BUY something!!!
  6. Owner; person who has legal right or title to anything.
  7. The proprietor of an industrial design is the owner of the design. This can be the person who created it or who paid to have it created or who bought the design rights from the original owner.
  8. One who owns or owns and manages a proprietorship in Colorado; or of the state of Colorado and one or more other states.
  9. A person granted ownership of, and governmental powers over, a tract of land, usually by a colonial power, such as England..
  10. A natural person, firm, association, partnership, corporation, or combination of any of them which may hold any ownership interest in land, whether recorded or not.
  11. The person qualified under the regulations to operate regulated premises.
  12. (fem. proprietress) 1 a holder of property. 2 the owner of a business etc.
  13. The Proprietor is the current registered owner of land or property as shown in the Official Copy Register Entries. ...
  14. An owner, as of a business. The party for which an independent contractor works.