Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To lease again: re-leased the car.

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Examples

  • The proposal also would explore whether broadcasters could re-lease their spectrum that isn't being used.

    FCC wants broadcasters' unused spectrum to help meet growing wireless demand

  • That's not to say we will re-lease all of them soon, but we're pretty comfortable mitigating our risk on this, he said.

    Landlords Go to Plan B on Borders

  • We have been able to re-lease that space and at solid numbers.

    Get Briefed: Mortimer Zuckerman

  • It may take who knows how long to re-lease that when Goldman Sachs leaves.

    Triple Threat

  • Apparently an Amazon supplier in the UK abandoned their warehouse after the lease ran out, leaving the owner of the building with thousands of books to clear out before they could re-lease the space.

    Thousands Scramble For Free Books - Reading Local: Portland

  • Ford is promoting leases on the Escort, which costs $12,000 with all its options, but how many customers will want to re-lease an Escort a third or fourth time around, even if it's dirt-cheap?

    A New Lease On Life

  • Now, for example, you can re-lease a 1992 Ford Taurus for $250 a month, with no down payment.

    A New Lease On Life

  • In the end, whether consumers choose to lease a new car, re-lease one a couple of years old or buy that used beauty for cash, there are deals to be driven.

    A New Lease On Life

  • The building is mostly leased with long-term tenants, including the law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, which holds more than one-fourth of the space at $48 a square foot and doesn't come up for re-lease until 2019, according to public documents.

    Zuckerman Takes Manhattan

  • Despite the failure of "Roxanne" to set the charts alight, A&M are still willing to give us another try, although they don't want to re-lease the album until we've had some kind of chart hit.

    Broken Music, A Memoir

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