re-lease
transitive verb Date: 1828 to lease again

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  • re-lease — (ˈ)rē+ transitive verb Etymology: re + lease : to lease again : grant a new lease of * * * /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 …   Useful english dictionary

  • re-lease — [rē lēs′] vt. re leased, re leasing to lease again …   English World dictionary

  • re|lease — «rih LEES», verb, leased, leas|ing, noun. –v.t. 1. to let go: »Release the catch and the box will open. 2. to let loose; set free: »She released him from his promise. 3. to relieve …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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] * * * …   Universalium

  • re-lease — /ˌri ˈlis/ (say .ree lees) verb (t) (re leased, re leasing) to lease again …   Australian English dictionary

  • re-lease — [[t]riˈlis[/t]] v. t. leased, leas•ing to lease again …   From formal English to slang

  • re|lease|ment — «rih LEES muhnt», noun. the act of releasing; release …   Useful english dictionary

  • ˌre-reˈlease — verb [T] to make something such as a film or CD available to the public for a second time ˈre reˌlease noun [C/U] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • time-re|lease — «TYM rih LEES», adjective. made to be released in the body at intervals of time so as to extend the medicinal effect over a long period: »a time release medicine, drug, or capsule …   Useful english dictionary

  • timed-re|lease — «TYMD rih LEES», adjective. = time release. (Cf. ↑time release) …   Useful english dictionary

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