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lease British & World English

A contract by which one party conveys land, property, services, etc. to another for a specified time, usually in return for a periodic payment

dry lease British & World English

An arrangement covering the hire of an aircraft which does not include provision of a flight crew

wet lease British & World English

An arrangement covering the hire of an aircraft including the provision of a flight crew and sometimes fuel

Lease-Lend British & World English

another term for Lend-Lease.

Lend-Lease British & World English

An arrangement made in 1941 whereby the US supplied military equipment and armaments to the UK and its allies, originally as a loan in return for the use of British-owned military bases

a new lease of life in lease British & World English

A substantially improved prospect of life or use after rejuvenation or repair

a new lease of life British & World English

A substantially improved prospect of life or use after rejuvenation or repair

dry-lease in dry lease British & World English

Hire (an aircraft) on the basis of a dry lease

sublease British & World English

another term for sublet.

wet-lease in wet lease British & World English

Hire (an aircraft) on the basis of a wet lease

leaseback British & World English

The leasing of a property, especially one recently purchased, back to the seller

underlease British & World English

another term for sublease.

lease English Thesaurus

they were able to acquire a 15-year lease on a factory

lease English-Spanish

contrato m de arrendamiento

lease back English-Spanish

retroarrendar*

the news gave us a fresh lease on life in lease English-Spanish

la noticia nos devolvió las esperanzas

the works have given the hotel a new lease of life in lease English-Spanish

el hotel ha quedado como nuevo con los arreglos


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