English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tenure /'tenjuə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- đất cho làm rẽ, đất phát canh
- sự chiếm hữu, sự hưởng dụng; thời gian chiếm hữu, thời gian hưởng dụng, nhiệm kỳ
- during his short tenure of office: trong thời gian ngắn ngủi ông ta giữ nhiệm vụ
+the term during which some position is held
+the right to hold property; part of an ancient hierarchical system of holding lands
+give life-time employment to
Advanced English Dictionary
1 possession, holding, occupancy, incumbency, tenantry, tenancy, occupation, residency, residence:
The laws on tenure are extremely complicated.
2 (job) security, permanence, permanency:
After five years he was automatically guaranteed tenure.
+ noun [U]Collocation Dictionary
1 the period of time when sb holds an important job, especially a political one; the act of holding an important job: his four-year tenure as President + She knew that tenure of high political office was beyond her.
2 the right to stay permanently in your job, especially as a teacher at a university: It's still extremely difficult to get tenure.
3 the legal right to live in a house or use a piece of land: When you rent a house here, you don't have security of tenure.
1 holding an important position
life, long | brief, short
VERB + TENURE
She had a long tenure of office.
during sb's ~
He achieved a lot during his short tenure.
a tenure of office
2 legal right to occupy property/land
life, secure | fixed-period | housing, land | feudal, freehold
security of tenure
The tenants have security of tenure.
3 right to remain permanently in your job
VERB + TENURE
have | get | grant sb
She has been granted tenure at Leeds University.
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