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Translation of "lease" - English-Italian dictionary

lease

noun   /liːs/
a legal agreement in which you pay money in order to use a building or a piece of land for a period of time contratto d’affitto, locazione We signed a three-year lease when we moved into the house.
Translations of “lease”
in Arabic عَقد الإيجار…
in Korean 공유지…
in Malaysian pajakan…
in French bail…
in Turkish kira sözleşmesi/kontratı…
in Chinese (Traditional) 租約,租契…
in Russian контракт об аренде…
in Polish wynajem, umowa najmu, dzierżawa…
in Vietnamese sự cho thuê nhà đất…
in Spanish contrato de arrendamiento…
in Portuguese arrendamento…
in Thai สัญญาเช่า…
in German der Mietvertrag…
in Catalan contracte d’arrendament…
in Japanese 賃貸契約…
in Indonesian perjanjian sewa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 租约,租契…
(Definition of lease noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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