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lease

noun [C]
 
 
/liːs/ COMMERCE, LAW
an agreement to pay money in order to use land, a building, a vehicle, or a piece of equipment for a particular period of time: The company signed a lease for the property in December. The original tenant remains liable throughout the entire term of the lease.a lease expires/runs out The lease expires in 2026.a 10-/20-/30-year lease The company is trying to extend its 30-year lease (with 24 years left to run). a lease agreement/contract/payment a long-term/short-term lease →  See also aircraft lease , building lease , derivative lease , dry lease , equipment lease , finance lease , operating lease , repairing lease , store lease , wet lease noun
Traducciones de “lease”
en árabe عَقد الإيجار…
en coreano 공유지…
in Malaysian pajakan…
en francés bail…
en turco kira sözleşmesi/kontratı…
en italiano contratto d’affitto, locazione…
en chino (tradicionál) 租約,租契…
en ruso контракт об аренде…
en polaco wynajem, umowa najmu, dzierżawa…
in Vietnamese sự cho thuê nhà đất…
en español contrato de arrendamiento…
en portugués arrendamento…
in Thai สัญญาเช่า…
en alemán der Mietvertrag…
en catalán contracte d’arrendament…
en japonés 賃貸契約…
in Indonesian perjanjian sewa…
en chino (simplificado) 租约,租契…
(Definition of lease noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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