US: /ˈɫis/
UK: /lˈiːs/

English Vietnamese dictionary

lease /li:s/
  • danh từ
    • hợp đồng cho thuê
      • to take a house on a lease of several years: thuê một căn nhà có ký hợp đồng trong nhiều năm
      • long lease: hợp đồng cho thuê dài hạn
    • to put out to lease
      • đem cho thuê
    • on a lease
      • cho thuê theo hợp đồng
    • to take (have, get) a new lease of life
      • lại hoạt động, lại vui sống (sau khi ốm nặng hay sau khi một việc lo buồn)
  • động từ
    • cho thuê; thuê

Advanced English dictionary

noun, verb
+ noun
a legal agreement that allows you to use a building, a piece of equipment or some land for a period of time, usually in return for rent: to take out a lease on a flat + The lease expires / runs out next year. + Under the terms of the lease, you have to pay maintenance charges.
Idioms: a (new) lease of life (BrE) (AmE a (new) lease on life) the chance to live or last longer, or with a better quality of life: Since her hip operation she's had a new lease of life.
+ verb
~ sth (from sb)
~ sth (out) (to sb) to use or let sb use sth, especially property or equipment, in exchange for rent or a regular payment: [VN] They lease the land from a local farmer. + We lease all our photocopy equipment. + Parts of the building are leased out to tenants. [also VNN]
leasing noun [U]: car leasing + a leasing company

Thesaurus dictionary

1 rental agreement or contract, sublease, sublet:
A new ten-year lease will be signed tomorrow.
2 rent (out), let (out), sublet (out), sublease (out), charter (out), hire (out):
They leased their home to us for the summer. We arranged to lease their boat for the weekend.

Collocation dictionary


long, long-term | short, short-term | ten-year, etc. | business, commercial | building, mining


have, hold
They've got a lease with five years to run.
| draw up | acquire, buy, enter into, get, negotiate, obtain, sign, take (on/out/up)
She has taken out a new ten-year lease on the flat.
| grant (sb), sell (sb)
A freeholder may grant a lease of any duration.
| renew | forfeit, surrender
They moved out and the lease was surrendered.
| cancel, terminate | take over | transfer


The lease runs from April 19.
| take effect | come up for renewal, expire, run out


in a/the ~
a new clause in the lease
| on a ~
The company holds the building on a long lease.
| under a/the ~
Under the new lease, the rent would go up.
| ~ of
He took a lease of the premises.
| ~ on
The club has a 20-year lease on the property.


a clause in a lease, a condition of a lease, the length/period/term of a lease, a provision in a lease, the terms of the lease

Concise English dictionary

+property that is leased or rented out or let
+a contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified time for a specified payment
+the period of time during which a contract conveying property to a person is in effect
+let for money
+hold under a lease or rental agreement; of goods and services
+grant use or occupation of under a term of contract
+engage for service under a term of contract