sublease

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sub- +‎ lease

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sublease (plural subleases)

  1. A lease on something made by someone who already leases it.

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sublease (third-person singular simple present subleases, present participle subleasing, simple past and past participle subleased)

  1. To lease something that is already leased; to sublet.
    • 2019 November 20, “Fleet News”, in Rail, page 31:
      These had been sub-leased from EMR (and previously East Midlands Trains) for more than a year to cover for Mk 4s undergoing planned maintenance.

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