lease

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} kiralamak
{f} kiraya vermek
{i} kiralama
(Kanun) kiraya verme
(Kanun) isticar
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli finansal kiralama
(Ticaret) uzun süreli kira
(Ticaret) hasılat kirası
(Ticaret) kontratla kiralamak
{f} kirala

Sanırım kırmızı arabayı alacağım, yoksa mavi olanını kiralayacağım. - I think I will buy the red car, or I will lease the blue one.

Tom bir ofis kiraladı. - Tom leased an office.

(out ile) kontratla kiralamak
kira kontratı

Bugün kira kontratı imzaladım. - I signed the lease today.

kira süresi/k
{i} kira bedeli
{i} kira sözleşmesi

Bir kira sözleşmesi imzaladınız mı? - Didn't you sign a lease?

Kira sözleşmesi bittiği zaman onu yenileyecek misin? - Are you going to renew your lease when it expires?

(fiil) kiralamak
kirala,v.kirala: n.kira kontratı
kiralanmış
a new lease on life hastalık veya üzüntüden sonra yeniden hayata başlama
lease holder kiracı
leasehold kontratla kiralanmış mal
kira

Tom bir ofis kiraladı. - Tom leased an office.

Kira sözleşmesi bittiği zaman onu yenileyecek misin? - Are you going to renew your lease when it expires?

(Hukuk) yönetim devri
lease lend
(Kanun) kiralama
lease term
(Ticaret) kiralama dönemi
lease giver
kiraya veren
lease holder
kiracı
lease agreement
Kira sözleşmesi
lease holder
lease sahibi
lease obligation
kiralama yükümlülüğü
lease and lend law
(Ticaret) ödünç verme kanunu
lease and rental services
kiralama hizmetleri
lease area
(Kanun) işletme sahası
lease capitalization
(Ticaret) kiranın aktifleştirilmesi
lease giver
(Kanun) mucir
lease obtained
(Bilgisayar) kira sağlanan
lease out
kiraya vermek
lease rate
(Ticaret) lease oranı
lease start
kira başlangıcı
lease with option to purchase
(Kanun) satın alma opsiyonlu kiralama
lend and lease
borç ve kira
finance lease
(Ticaret) finansal kiralama
leases
kira sözleşmeleri
long term lease
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli kira
revenue bond lease
(Ticaret) gelir paylaşım senetleri
enter into a lease
kira anlaşması yapmak
leased
{f} kirala

Tom bir ofis kiraladı. - Tom leased an office.

leasing
kiralama
leasing
leasing
leasing
finansal kiralama
a new lease on life
(hastalıktan/üzüntüden sonra) yeniden hayata başlama
for lease
Kiralık
full-payout lease
(Ticaret) Tam ödemeli kiralama
leased
kiralanmıış
leasing
kiralayarak
leasing
lizing
on lease
kontrat ile kiralanmış
operating lease arrangement
işletme kira düzenlemesi
sub lease
alt kira
tenure by lease
kira ödeyerek kullanma
to hold under a lease
kira altında tutmak için
unearned lease interest income
(Ekonomi) Kazanılmamış finansal kiralama faiz gelirleri
usufructuary lease
(Kanun) Hasılât icarı
a new lease of life
yeniden doğma
building lease
hasılat kirası
direct lease
(Ticaret) dolaysız finansal kiralama
ground lease
arsa kirası
ground lease
arazi kirası
leaser
{i} kiralayan
leaser
{i} kiraya veren
leasing
{i} leasıng
leasing
{i} kiraya verme
leasing
{f} kirala: prep.kiralayarak
operational lease
(Sigorta) işletme leasingi
ordinary lease
(Ticaret) hizmet kiralaması
ordinary lease
(Ticaret) adı kira
ordinary lease
(Ticaret) adi icar
percentage lease
(Ticaret) yüzde kiralama
take on a new lease of life
kendini toparlamak
take on a new lease of life
yeniden doğmak
التركية - التركية

تعريف lease في التركية التركية القاموس.

leasing
bakınız kiralama
leasing
Finansal kiralama
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified period in exchange for a specified rent
A leasehold
to glean, gather up leavings
falsehood; a lie
an open pasture or common
to gather
To take or hold by lease
to pick, select, pick out; to pick up
To operate or live in some property or land through purchasing a long-term contract (or leasehold) from the owner (or freeholder)
false; lying; deceptive
to glean
To grant a lease; to let or rent
The period of such a contract
{n} a temporary contract for land or houses
{v} to let by lease, glean, pick up corn
A contract between a lessor and a lessee for the use of a vehicle or other property, subject to stated terms and limitations, for a specified period and at a specified payment
A written agreement stating the conditions for the possession and use of real estate (and/or personal property) given by the owner to another person (the tenant) for a specified period of time and rent
A contract between the owner (lessor) and the tenant/user (lessee> stating the conditions under which the tenant/user may occupy or use a property, a vehicle, equipment, etc
let for money; "We rented our apartment to friends while we were abroad"
Agreement between the owner of land and another for the use and occupation of the land
A legal contract permitting one party to use property owned by another, usually for the payment of periodic rent A common use of partnerships, LLCs, and other arrangements, is to segregate valuable business assets (patent, trademark, real estate, equipment) in a separate entity, gift the interests in that entity to your heirs and have them lease (or license) the right to use the property back to the business
A written agreement to rent a property or part of a property from the owner Sets out premises rented ("demised premises"), amount to be paid, payment period, and other rights and obligations of the landlord and tenant
A contract that specifies the terms under which the owner of an asset (the lessor) agrees to transfer the right to use the asset to another party (the lessee)
property that is leased or rented out or let
The contract for such letting
If you say that someone or something has been given a new lease of life, you are emphasizing that they are much more lively or successful than they have been in the past. The operation has given me a new lease of life
An agreement by which one conveys property to another for a specified term and for a specified rent
A special kind of contract between a property owner and a person wanting temporary enjoyment and use of the property, in exchange for rent paid to the property owner Where the property is land, a building, or parts of either, the property owner is called a landlord and the person that contracts to receive the temporary enjoyment and use is called a tenant
a contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified time for a specified payment
A written agreement between a property owner and a tenant that stipulates the payment and conditions under which the tenant may possess the real estate for a specified period of time
An interest in public trust tidelands designated by a contract creating a landlord-tenant relationship between the State of Mississippi as landlord or lessor and the applicant as tenant or lessee whereby the Secretary of State, with the approval of the Governor, grants and transfers to the applicant the use, possession and control of specified public trust tidelands, for a determinate number of years, with conditions attached, at a specified rental
A written agreement between the property owner and a tenant that stipulates the conditions under which the tenant may possess the real estate for a specified period of time and rent
To grant to another by lease the possession of, as of lands, tenements, and hereditaments; to let; to demise; as, a landowner leases a farm to a tenant; sometimes with out
A lease is a legal agreement by which the owner of a building, a piece of land, or something such as a car allows someone else to use it for a period of time in return for money. He took up a 10 year lease on the house at Rossie Priory
An agreement for the right to use property for a specified period at a specified cost Title remains with the lessor At no time does the lessee build equity in the property
To gather what harvesters have left behind; to glean
A contract or agreement for the occupancy or use of one party's property by another for a specified period of time and in exchange for monetary or other compensation; a rental agreement
An agreement whereby the owner of real property (i e , landlord/lessor) gives the right to possession to another (i e , tenant/lessee) for a specified period of time (i e, term) and for a specified consideration (i e , rent)
The legal contract that specifies the terms and conditions of the business relationship between an oil company and the landowner or mineral rights holder on a particular tract
the period of time during which a contract conveying property to a person is in effect
An agreement for renting real property A lease is usually written and for a specific amount of time, such as 1 year A rental agreement for a place where you live (apartment or house) can be oral and is usually on a month-to-month basis
A contract between the owner of real property, called the lessor, and another person, called the lessee, covering conditions under which the lessee may occupy and use the property
grant use or occupation of under a term of contract; "I am leasing my country estate to some foreigners
To hold under a lease; to take lease of; as, a tenant leases his land from the owner
{f} rent out property for a specified period of time, let; possess or occupy under the terms of a lease
a contract renting land, homes, buildings, etc for a specified period of time
a contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified time for a specified payment property that is leased or rented out or let the period of time during which a contract conveying property to a person is in effect engage for service under a term of contract; "We took an apartment on a quiet street"; "Let's rent a car"; "Shall we take a guide in Rome?"
A contract between the owner (lessor) and the tenant (lessee) stating the conditions under which the tenant may occupy or use the property
A short-term (usually 5-10 year) agreement for full or specified use in return for a rental payment (usually annual) and generally includes occupancy rights The rights revert back to the owner at the termination of the lease This device is useful when the objectives are short term or the owners are unable to provide other forms of land transfer The property remains on the tax rolls during the term of the lease
If you lease property or something such as a car from someone or if they lease it to you, they allow you to use it in return for regular payments of money. He went to Toronto, where he leased an apartment She hopes to lease the building to students He will need more grazing land and perhaps La Prade could lease him a few acres
A demise or letting of lands, tenements, or hereditaments to another for life, for a term of years, or at will, or for any less interest than that which the lessor has in the property, usually for a specified rent or compensation
{i} contract which gives another the right to use or inhabit a property for a period of time in exchange for rent; period of time during which a lease is valid; property which is contracted to another
A written contract between a property owner and a tenant that expresses the conditions under which the tenant may possess the real estate for a specified period of time and rent
A contract by which one party gives to another the use and possession of land, buildings, or personal property for a specified time and for fixed payments
Any tenure by grant or permission; the time for which such a tenure holds good; allotted time
engage for service under a term of contract; "We took an apartment on a quiet street"; "Let's rent a car"; "Shall we take a guide in Rome?"
A contract entered into between a Landlord and a Tenant for the rental of a property for a specific period of time
hold under a lease or rental agreement; of goods and services
grant use or occupation of under a term of contract; "I am leasing my country estate to some foreigners"
Contract whereby the owner or user of property (the lessor) agrees to let another party (the lessee) use the property for a consideration (money or rent) (LE)
amenities
lease line
The limit of the tenant space, either physically demarcated (by a demising partition or demising wall) or imaginary, controlled by the tenant of a leased, typically retail space, in a multi-tenant establishment, such as a mall
lease line
A dedicated Common carrier circuit providing point-to-point or multipoint network connection, reserved for the permanent and private use of a customer Also called a Private Line A dedicated Common carrier circuit providing point-to-point or multipoint network connection, reserved for the permanent and private use of a customer Also called a Private Line
lease line
Used in conjunction with a master lease whereby the lessee can add equipment to the lease without negotiating a new lease
lease line
A lease line of credit, similar to a bank line of credit, that allows a lessee to add equipment to a lease, as needed, under essentially the same terms and conditions, without having to negotiate a new lease
lease line
A lease line of credit similar to a bank line of credit, which allows a lessee to add equipment, as needed, under the same basic terms and conditions without negotiating a new lease contract
lease line
A line of credit similar to a bank line of credit It allows the lessee to easily add additional leased property under the same terms and conditions without negotiating additional agreements
lease line
A lease line of credit similar to a bank line of credit which allows a lessee to add equipment to a lease, as needed, under the same basic terms and conditions, without negotiating a new lease
lease obligation
promise to rent a property
lend-lease
the transfer of goods and services to an ally to aid in a common cause; "lend-lease during World War II was extremely generous
lend-lease
System promulgated by Pres. Franklin Roosevelt to give aid to U.S. allies in World War II. Faced with Britain's inability to pay cash for war materials and food, as required by U.S. law, Roosevelt asked Congress to allow repayment "in kind or property" from countries vital to U.S. defense. The Lend-Lease Act was passed in March 1941, despite arguments that it led the U.S. closer to war. Much of the $49 billion in aid went to British Commonwealth countries; the Soviet Union, China, and 40 other countries also received assistance. U.S. troops stationed abroad received about $8 billion in aid from the Allies
ACMI lease
Wet lease
leased
Simple past tense and past participle of lease
leased
Transferred under the terms of a lease

The resemblance borne by such a land carriage to a ship put under charter-party is, perhaps, closer where the entire business of one railway company, with its tracks, rolling-stock, equipments, and goodwill become leased for a certain term to another company.

leaser
Leaseman
leasing
Present participle of lease
leasing
A lie; the act of lying, falsehood

Shewes, visions, sooth-sayes, and prophesies; / And all that fained is, as leasings, tales, and lies.

life-lease
A lifetime appointment, a condition that exists or service that is provided for the duration of a person's lifetime or for the remainder of a person's life

I had counted on a life-lease of the profits, whereas I only received those of a few short years.

net lease
An agreement that requires the tenant to pay, in addition to the fixed rent, all of the property expenses which normally would be paid by the owner. For US real property these include real estate taxes, insurance, maintenance, repairs and utilities
new lease on life
An opportunity to live longer than was expected, due to some kind of reprieve

The facelift proposed for the old theatre may well give it a new lease on life.

new lease on life
Figuratively, an opportunity to an improved quality of life, due to some change in circumstances

The latest developments in drugs to treat patients with bipolar disorders have given many a new lease on life.

wet lease
Any similar arrangement for other types of equipment
wet lease
The leasing of an airplane including crew, maintenance and insurance, usually for very short period of time
leaser
{n} one who gleans or picks up corn
leasing
{n} lies, falsehood deceit
full payout lease
(Ticaret) Lease arrangement in which a seller or owner (the lessor) of the leased asset or property recovers the full cost (original cost plus profit margin, interest, and other charges) of the item. Lease period (term) for such leases is usually equal to the economic life of the asset. A capital lease is a full payout lease whereas an operating lease is not
by lease
according to a lease
capital lease
Has a term that spans at least 75 percent of the useful life of the leased property
capital lease
A lease which meets at least one of the criteria in paragraph 7 of the FAS 13 standards, meaning that the lease must be treated essentially as a loan for book accounting purposes A lease is a capital lease if any one of the following is true: (a) the lease automatically transfers ownership of equipment to the lessee at the end of the lease term; (b)the lease contains an option to purchase equipment at a bargain price; (c) the lease term is equal to 75 percent or more of the estimated useful life of the equipment (does not apply to used property); or (d) the present value of the minimum lease rental payments equals 90 percent or more of the fair market value of the leased property
capital lease
A specific classification of a lease for accounting purposes The classification of the lease will determine how the lease is to be accounted for A lease is accounted for by the lessee as a capital lease if it meets one of the following criteria: (a) at the end of the lease, the lessee owns the property being leased; (b) at the end of the lease, the lessee can purchase the property for a bargain purchase option; (c) the lease term exceeds 75% of the estimated economic life of the leased property; (d) the present value of all lease payments is equal to 90% or more of the cost of the leased property
capital lease
A lease that meets at least one of the criteria outlined in paragraph 7 of FASB 13 and, therefore, must be treated essentially as a loan for book accounting purposes The four criteria are: title passes automatically by the end of the lease term lease contains a bargain purchase option (i e , less than the fair market value) lease term is greater than 75% of estimated economic life of the equipment present value of lease payments is greater than 90% of the equipment's fair market value
capital lease
Leases can have various designations A capital lease means that the unit leasing (leasee) the asset, in substance, has rights and obligations that are just as if the unit owned the asset For example, if the unit promises to pay the lease for 10 years and that payment meets certain criteria then the leasee must treat the 10 year payment like a long term obligation The unit cannot simply say it is only obligated for the forthcoming year
capital lease
If long-term ownership of the equipment is your goal, a capital lease might be your best choice It would be categorized on your balance sheet just like a bank loan, with deductible interest expense on your income statement But, at the end of your lease, you can purchase the equipment for a modest sum Most purchase options range from $1 to 10% of equipment cost [to top]
capital lease
A lease of real or personal property which meets the criteria for capitalizing an asset and recording a liability in the accounting records
capital lease
A lease that must be accounted for on the Lessee's balance sheet as an asset (the equipment) and a liability (the lease payments) A capital lease will meet at least one of the following criteria
capital lease
Type of lease classified and accounted for by a lessee as a purchase and by the lessor as a sale or financing, if it meets any one of the following criteria: (a) the lessor transfers ownership to the lessee at the end of the lease term; (b) the lease contains an option to purchase the asset at a bargain price; (c) the lease term is equal to 75 percent or more of the estimated economic life of the property (exceptions for used property leased toward the end of its useful life); or (d) the present value of minimum lease rental payments is equal to 90 percent or more of the fair market value of the leased asset less related investment tax credits retained by the lessor (Also see finance lease )
capital lease
(also called - Finance Lease or Non-Tax Lease) - A term from the FASB Accounting Rules for leasing For accounting purposes (book books) a finance or tax lease is defined as either a "capital lease" or an "operating lease" A capital lease must be shown in the asset and liability sections of a balance sheet An operating lease is not - hence the term "off balance sheet financing" However, operating lease obligations of 12 months or longer are shown in the footnotes to the balance sheet The following 4 tests are used to determine whether a lease agreement is a "capital" or "operating" lease for accounting purposes: (if the lease meets any of these criteria, it is a capital lease, otherwise it is an operating lease)
capital lease
Type of lease classified and accounted for by a lessee as a purchase and by the lessor as a sale or financing, provided it meets any one of the following criteria; (a) the lessor transfers ownership to the lessee at the end of the lease term; (b) the lease contains an option to purchase the asset at a bargain price; (c) the lease term is equal to 75% or more of the estimated economic life of the property (exceptions for used property leased toward the end of its useful life); or (d) the present value of minimum lease rental payments is equal to 90 percent or more of the fair market value of the leased asset less related investment tax credits retained by the lessor (Also see Finance Lease )
capital lease
A lease that under financial accounting standards must be reflected on a company's balance sheet as an asset and corresponding liability Generally, it is a lease under which the lessee acquires all the economic benefits and risks of the leased property as opposed to just paying for the use of the property
capital lease
is a lease obligation that has to be capitalized on the balance sheet It is characterized by: it is non-cancelable; the life of lease is less than the life of the asset(s) being leased; and, the lessor does not pay for the upkeep, maintenance, or servicing costs of the asset(s) during the lease period
capital lease
A lease obligation that has to be capitalized on the balance sheet The lease is treated by lessee as both the borrowing of funds and the acquisition of an asset to be amortized Both the liability and the asset are recognized on the balance sheet, Expenses consist of interest on the debt and amortization of the asset Contrast with operating lease
capital lease
A fixed-term rental agreement that meets certain tests; considered for accounting purposes to be similar to a purchase See Lease Test The Accounting Department in the Business Affairs Office is responsible for evaluating leases to determine the appropriate classification See also Operating Lease
capital lease
A lease that meets at least one of the criteria outlined in FASB 13 (see FASB definition below) and, therefore, is viewed as a sale of equipment from the perspective of the lessor and as a purchase from the perspective of the lessee
capital lease
Type of lease classified and accounted for by a lessee as a purchase and by the lessor as a sale or financing if it meets the following criteria: (a) the lessor transfers ownership to the lessee at the end of the lease term; (b) the lessee contains an option to purchase the asset at a bargain price; (c) the lessee term is equal to 75 percent or more of the estimated economic life of the property (exceptions for used property leased toward the end of it;s useful life); or (d) the present value of minimum lease rental payments is equal to 90 percent or more of the fair market value of the leased asset The foregoing is set forth in the financial Accounting Standards Board Statement #13 (FASB No 13) (See Finance Lease)
capital lease
Capital Leases are treated as a purchase by the customer and a sale by the lessor The typical characteristics are as follows: Substantially all the risks and rewards of the asset are passed to the customer, it should be presumed that such a transfer of risks and rewards occurs if at the inception of a lease the present value of the minimum lease payments amounts to substantially all (90% typically) of the fair value of the leased asset Usually there is a bargain purchase option at the end of the agreement (eg$1 00 )
capital lease
A lease that meets at least one of the criteria outlined in paragraph 7 of FASB 13 and therefore, must be treated essentially as a loan for book accounting purposes The four criteria are: title passes automatically by the end of the lease term; lease contains a bargain purchase option (i e , less than the fair market value; lease term is greater than 75% of estimated economic life of the equipment; and present value of lease payments is greater than 90% of the equipment's fair market value A Capital Lease is treated by the lessee as both the borrowing of funds and the acquisition of an asset to be depreciated: thus the lease is recorded on the lessee's balance sheet as an asset and corresponding liability Lease payable) Periodic lessee expenses consist of interest on the debt and depreciation of the asset
capital lease
Under FAS 13, a lease is classified and accounted for by a lessee as a "Capital Lease" if it meets any of the following criteria
deed of lease
document or certificate of rental
leas
plural of lea
leasable
{s} able to be leased, able to be rented
leasable
Such as can be leased
leased
past of lease
leased
hired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers; "a chartered plane"; "the chartered buses arrived on time"
leased
{s} rented, contracted to another for a specified period of time (of property)
leased
Subject to a lease
leaser
A liar
leaser
{i} one who takes on a lease, one who rents property from another
leaser
One who leases or gleans
leaser
One who leases or gleans; lessor
leases
third-person singular of lease
leasing
The financial plan like renting where you pay a sum of money each month in return for the use of a vehicle instead of buying it outright Open-end leases allow you to pay an additional amount at the end of the term so that you can own the vehicle Sometimes this is called the buy-back option Closed-end leases state that at the end of the term the ownership and possession of the vehicle must revert back to the leasing agency Leasing used to be the domain of businesses; but because of the high cost of vehicles, leasing is now an option for the average consumer
leasing
Financing under which the customer (or lessee) pays for the use of assets (capital goods and equipment) in regular installments as the asset produces revenues Under a finance lease, a lessee can acquire use of an asset for most, if not all, of its useful life Under an operating lease, a lessee acquires use of an asset for a fraction of its useful life Sometimes the lessee has the option to purchase the asset at residual value upon termination of the lease term
leasing
Payment of a sum each month in return for the use of a vehicle instead of buying it outright The two basic types of leases are open-end leases, under which you pay an additional amount at the end of the term and acquire ownership of the vehicle; and closed-end leases, under which ownership reverts to the leasing agency at the end of the term
leasing
Contract granting use of real estate, equipment, or other fixed assets for a specified time in exchange for payment, usually in the form of rent The owner of the leased property is called the lessor, the user the lessee See Also: Capital Lease Operating Lease Sale and Leaseback
leasing
a lie; the act of lying
leasing
Hiring and letting of movable or immovable products through a financing institution - known as a leasing company - or through the manufacturer of the products Leasing is a special form of financing Purchase using one' own resources, outside resources or mixed financing is replaced by rent or lease Possible variations of leasing may include: the period and redeemability of the leasing contract (financial and operating leasing), the position of the lessor (direct and indirect leasing) and the type of leased object (property leasing, product leasing and personal leasing), etc
leasing
The practice by banks and bullion dealers of lending silver at an annual rate of interest, to jewelry manufacturers and other professional users of the metal to provide part of their working stock
leasing
An arrangement whereby one party obtains the right to use an asset for a fee paid to another party for a predetermined length of time 557
leasing
A method of financing the acquisition of assets, notably equipment, vehicles, plant, etc There are two forms of lease
leasing
Long time hire of equipment with a maintenance and replacement agreement for a fixed period of time
leasing
Hiring equipment, such as a car or a piece of machinery, to avoid the capital cost involved in owning it In some companies it is advantageous to use capital for other purposes and to lease some equipment, paying for the hire out of income The equipment is then an asset of the leasing company rather than the lessor Sometimes a case can be made for leasing rather than purchasing, on the grounds that some equipment quickly becomes obsolete
leasing
the granting, under contract, of use of a product for an agreed upon period of time in return for a rental payment
leasing
The act of lying; falsehood; a lie or lies
leasing
A contract granting use of equipment or fixed asset for a specific time in exchange for a fixed payment The owner of the leased property is called the lessor and the user is the lessee
leasing
{i} act of renting out property for a specified period of time; possessing or occupying under the terms of a lease
leasing
The practice of contracting for the services of an asset rather than acquiring its ownership
leasing
An agreement under which the owner of an asset, against payment, guarantees the user the user right to the said asset for a given period
leasing
(Otomotiv) Payment of a sum each month in return for the use of a vehicle instead of buying it outright. The two basic types of leases are open-end leases, under which you pay an additional amount at the end of the term and acquire ownership of the vehicle; and closed-end leases, under which ownership reverts to the leasing agency at the end of the term
leasing
an alternative to traditional equipment financing, whereby the lessee pays rent on the equipment and makes monthly payments; see TRAC lease
new lease of life
{i} new lease on life, new chance to live, extra time to live
new lease on life
new chance to live, extra time to live
on lease
rented, leased
perpetual lease
renting of land for a very long period of time
put out to lease
offer for lease, offer for rent
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف lease في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

lease oranı
(Ticaret) lease rate
leasing
leasing
leaser
kiraya veren
çarter sözleşmesi/parti charter party, lease of
a conveyance
lease

    التركية النطق

    lis

    المترادفات

    charter, hire, let, loan, rent out, sublease, sublet

    المتضادة

    sell

    النطق

    /ˈlēs/ /ˈliːs/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'lEs ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English lesen, from Old English lesan (“to collect, pick, select, gather”), from Proto-Germanic *lesanan (“to gather”), from Proto-Indo-European *les- (“to gather”). Cognate with West Frisian lêze (“to read”), Dutch lezen (“to gather, read”), German lesen (“to gather, read”), Danish læse (“to collect, read”).

    الازمنة

    leases, leasing, leased

    فيديوهات

    ... get offers that they would get otherwise. I can lease you something, even if you're ...

    كلمة اليوم

    acquiesce
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