Translation of landlord in Spanish:

landlord

Pronunciation: /ˈlændlɔːrd; ˈlændlɔːd/

n

  • 1.1 (of landed estate) terrateniente (m), hacendado (m)
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    • The goal is to educate tenants about the legal amount their landlord can up their rent.
    • Some land was owned by landlords who rented to cultivators, some was in the hands of owner-operators.
    • The oversupply of rental property has resulted in landlords cutting rents to attract tenants.
    1.2 (of rented dwelling) casero (m), dueño (m), arrendador (m) my landlord mi casero, el dueño de mi casa ( or apartamento etc) 1.3 (British English/inglés británico) (of pub — owner) dueño (m), patrón (m); (— manager) encargado (m)
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    • He called for landlords, the drinks industry and hoteliers to work together to ease the passage of the Bill.
    • It's a far cry from the message that went out last month when licensing officials urged landlords not to rush applications.
    • Now the police are keen to extend the scheme to the whole of Craven and will write to landlords and licensees explaining how it works.

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