Definitions for leaser
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
leaselis(n.; v.)leased, leas•ing.
(n.)a contract conveying land, renting property, etc., to another for a specified period.
the property leased.
the period of time for which a lease is made:
a five-year lease.
(v.t.)to grant the temporary possession or use of (lands, tenements, etc.) to another, usu. for compensation at a fixed rate; let:
to lease one's apartment to a friend.
to take or hold by lease:
He leased the farm from the sheriff.
(v.i.)to grant a lease; let or rent:
to lease at a lower rental.
Idioms for lease:
a new lease on life, a chance to improve one's situation or to live longer or more happily.
Origin of lease:
1350–1400; ME les < AF (OF lais legacy), n. der. of lesser to lease, lit., let go (OF laissier) < L laxāre to release , let go. See lax
One who leases or gleans; lessor.
one who leases or gleans
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