(=legal agreement, contract) (on property)
→ He took up a 10 year lease on the house.
a ten-year lease un bail de 10 ans
(on car, plane)
contrat m de location longue durée, contrat m de location-vente
on lease en location
on lease to sb loué (e) à qn
→ A jet on lease to a rock group has been wrecked by vandals.
to give sb a new lease of life (British)
to give sb a new lease on life (US) donner à qn un nouveau souffle
The operation has given me a new lease of life. L'opération m'a donné un nouveau souffle.
lease payment (on property)
→ the cost of lease payments on his Adelaide surgery
(for car, boat)
→ The company defaulted on the lease payment
a lease agreement (for property)
un bail, un contrat de bail
She has signed a lease agreement for a New york apartment. Elle a signé un bail or un contrat de bail sur un appartement newyorkais.
[+property] louer à bail → He leased an apartment. [+car] louer to lease sth to sb louer qch à qn → He will need more grazing land and perhaps La Prade could lease him a few acres. She hopes to lease the building to students. Elle espère louer l'immeuble à des étudiants.
vt sep vendre en cession-bail
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