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leaseholdnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈliːs.həʊld/  us   /ˈliːs.hoʊld/
leasehold
adjective uk   us  
leasehold ​offices and ​apartments
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leaseholdnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈliːshəʊld/  us   /-hoʊld/ LAW, PROPERTY
the ​right to ​live in or use a ​building, ​piece of ​land, etc. for a particular ​period of ​time as ​agreed in a lease: He has ​bought the long leasehold on a 100,000 ​squarefootlistedbuilding.buy/hold/sell the leasehold The ​companysold the leasehold of the ​site for £340,000 last month.

leaseholdadjective

uk   us   /ˈliːshəʊld/ LAW, PROPERTY
leasehold ​property is used for a particular ​period of ​time as ​agreed in a lease: Most ​retirementproperties are leasehold. a leasehold ​agreement/​flat
leasehold
adverb
Most of the ​properties are ​sold leasehold.
(Definition of leasehold from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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