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1. The estate or domain of a feudal lord.
2. An organization or department over which one dominant person or group exercises control.
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1. (in feudal Europe) the property owned by a lord
2. an area over which a person or organization exerts authority or influence
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1. the estate or domain of a feudal lord.
2. anything owned by one dominant person or group.
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Medieval History. the land over which a person exercises control after vows of vassalage and service to an overlord. See feudalism.See also: Land
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|Noun||1.||fiefdom - the domain controlled by a feudal lord|
|2.||fiefdom - an organization that is controlled by a dominant person or group|
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fiefdom[ˈfiːfdəm] N → feudo m
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