Definition of 'landlord'
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Imagine you are a landlord running a property portfolio. Times, Sunday Times (2017)When the couple began to look for a shop to rent, landlords were sceptical. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His landlords want a bigger sign warning about the 50p charge. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The pub landlord has had enough of her scheming and warns her that she's out if she messes up one more time. The Sun (2017)It also likely to be affected by buy-to-let landlords being less active since the extra stamp duty and more cautious in light of upcoming mortgage regulation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The city's 55,000 residents are usually outnumbered by visitors and many are being pushed out by rising property prices and landlords renting to tourists. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Executives from the US company were accused of driving up rents by allowing landlords to convert long-term rentals into holiday lets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Agents outside the capital are also noticing the return of the landlord. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Will the tough landlord conquer his biggest fear? The Sun (2014)More pub landlords are requiring financial assistance to persuade them not to hand back the keys. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So he bought the flat he was renting from his landlord instead. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Retailers and property landlords have been locked in a bitter dispute about rent payments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So energy companies will have to freeze prices and landlords freeze rents. The Sun (2014)Landlords also unwittingly rent out properties to the gangs. The Sun (2012)Only one in five knew a landlord must serve notice on a tenant if they wish them to leave. The Sun (2009)The big commercial landlords keep suggesting that they have sold on the shops that were let to dodgy retail chains. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The building 's landlords were unavailable for comment. The Sun (2012)It was a warning to buy-to-let landlords with tenants on housing benefit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Landlords who serve booze between midnight and 6am could be billed. The Sun (2012)The average landlords bought the pub 18 months ago and live above it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It hurts young people who would rather own their home than feather the nests of buy-to-let landlords. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And he is also keen to launch the Landlord on the big screen. The Sun (2014)They range from a former pub landlord who built his own boozer in his back garden to a gran who decided to take up motorcycling. The Sun (2015)At the same time, he accused big landlords of being out of touch with conditions in the retail sector. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That includes buy-to-let landlords with large portfolios as long as they buy a new home that they plan to live in. Times, Sunday Times (2015)For the bank, renting buildings from other landlords is likely to be cheaper in the short term than owning its own. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The landlord served her with three months' notice, but now she is refusing to leave. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It said excessive lending to landlords could push house prices higher, forcing owner-occupiers to stretch for bigger mortgages. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Through capital appreciation and property acquisitions, landlords expect their portfolios to rise in value by 2.6 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It said that excessive lending to landlords could push house prices higher, forcing owner-occupiers to stretch themselves for bigger mortgages. Times, Sunday Times (2015)While many aspiring buy-to-let investors may be forced to abandon their dreams or delay buying another property, some landlords could benefit from the downturn. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'landlord'
British English: landlord /ˈlændˌlɔːd/ NOUN
Someone's landlord is the man who allows them to live or work in a building which he owns, in return for rent.
His landlord doubled the rent.
- American English: landlord
- Arabic: صَاحِبُ الأَرْضَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: proprietário
- Chinese: 房东
- Croatian: gazda
- Czech: bytný
- Danish: vært
- Dutch: huisbaas
- European Spanish: casero
- Finnish: vuokraisäntä
- French: propriétaire
- German: Vermieter
- Greek: σπιτονοικοκύρης
- Italian: padrone di casa
- Japanese: 家主
- Korean: 주인
- Norwegian: husvert
- Polish: właściciel domu czynszowego
- European Portuguese: senhorio
- Romanian: proprietar
- Russian: домовладелец
- Spanish: casero
- Swedish: värd
- Thai: เจ้าของบ้านชาย
- Turkish: ev sahibi
- Ukrainian: домовласник
- Vietnamese: ông chủ nhà
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