landlord

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Noun[change]

Singular
landlord

Plural
landlords

  1. (countable) A landlord is a person that owns living space and rents it to people (called tenants).
    For an extra thirty dollars a month the landlord rented him the two upstairs rooms, a toilet in the middle of one, as a one-bedroom apartment.
    Landlords generally do not live in the same community as their tenants.

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