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landlordnoun [C]

uk   /ˈlænd.lɔːd/  us   /-lɔːrd/

landlord noun [C] (OWNER)

B2 a person or organization that owns a building or an area of land and is paid by other people for the use of it: The landlord had promised to redecorate the bedrooms before we moved in. Housing associations are the biggest landlords in this area.

landlord noun [C] (BAR MANAGER)

UK a man who is in charge of a pub or bar
Translations of “landlord”
in Korean 집주인…
in Arabic صاحِب البَيْت, المالِك…
in Portuguese proprietário…
in Catalan propietari…
in Japanese 家主…
in Italian padrone di casa, locatore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 所有者, 房東, 地主…
in Russian домовладелец, сдающий квартиру…
in Turkish ev sahibi, pansiyoncu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 所有者, 房东, 地主…
in Polish właściciel, gospodarz…
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