re-lease


re-lease
/ree lees"/, v., re-leased, re-leasing, n.
v.t.
1. to lease again.
2. Law. to make over (land, property, etc.), as to another.
n.
3. a contract for re-leasing land or property.
4. the land or property re-leased.
[1820-30; RE- + LEASE]

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