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sublessee Syllabification: sub·les·see
Pronunciation: /ˌsəbleˈsē/

Definition of sublessee in English:

noun

A person who holds a sublease.
Example sentences
  • If the mortgagor is himself a leaseholder then the mortgagee becomes a sub-lessee.
  • We know that the proposed sub-lessee is a young company who were incorporated at the beginning of the year.
  • Any other potential sub-lessees must be approved by the President.

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