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Translation of "lease" - English-Spanish 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 contrato de arrendamiento We signed a three-year lease when we moved into the house.
verb   /liːs/
to use a building or piece of land, or to allow someone to use a building or piece of land, in exchange for money alquilar We want to lease some office space in the centre of town. They leased the land to a local company.
(Definition of lease from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lease

noun /liːs/
(the period of) an agreement giving the use of a house etc on payment of rent contrato de arrendamiento We signed the lease yesterday a twenty-year lease.
(Definition of lease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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