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timesharenoun

uk   /ˈtaɪm.ʃeər/  us   /-ʃer/
[C] a ​holidayhouse or ​apartment that is ​owned by several different ​people who each use it for a ​particularperiod of the ​year: We ​bought a timeshare in Florida. timeshare ​holidays/​property/​developments [U] (also timesharing) the ​activity of ​owning and using a timeshare
(Definition of timeshare from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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timesharenoun [C or U]

(also time-share, time share) uk   us   /ˈtaɪmˌʃeər/ PROPERTY
a ​house or apartment that is ​shared by two or more ​owners, each with the ​right to ​live in it at different ​times of the ​year, or the ​legalarrangement for sharing the ​property: They ​bought a timeshare in Tenerife for €20,000. The alternative to ​buying outright is some ​form of timeshare. a timeshare ​apartment/cottage/​property a timeshare ​company/​business/​salesman
(Definition of timeshare from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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