Definition of sublease in English:

sublease

Line breaks: sub|lease

noun & verb

Pronunciation: /sʌbˈliːs
 
/
another term for sublet. the company is to sublease three buildings
More example sentences
  • The plaintiff requested that if the defendant subleased a part of the tower to another telecommunication company the plaintiff would receive a further annual rent of $4,000.
  • She subleased part of the land to Mr Reid for the sand and soil yard.
  • After subleasing their apartment, the Ricardos find themselves living with the Mertzes when Ricky's gig out of town is suddenly cancelled.

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