Translation of timeshare in Spanish:

timeshare

Pronunciation: /ˈtaɪmʃer; ˈtaɪmʃeə(r)/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (system) multipropiedad (feminine), tiempo (masculine) compartido; (before noun/delante del nombre) [apartment/property] en multipropiedad, en tiempo compartido
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    • With seasonal ownership schemes or timeshare you have to be happy that your two weeks holiday per year will have a very high premium.
    • Most of the schemes in Tenerife are timeshare, so there isn't a lot of freehold property.
    • ‘We say to them that there may come a point when they want to exchange their properties, but they say to us we are not timeshare we are seasonal owners,’ he said.
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    • There is legislation protecting you if you buy timeshares and there are many reputable timeshare companies.
    • In the past decade, millions have invested in seasonal homes, from wholly owned multimillion-dollar mansions in Michigan to two-week timeshares in Florida.
    • He said Middleton owned several properties including two premises in Darlington and had timeshares in Florida and Portugal.
    1.2 countable/numerable (property) multipropiedad (feminine); (stake) [ parte en una multipropiedad ]

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