tenure

tenure
{'tenjuə}
1. владение, собственост, имущество
communal TENURE общо владение/ползуване
2. условия за/срок на ползуване на владение
3. (период/срок на) заемане на служба/пост и пр.
during his TENURE of office докато беше на служба/заемаше поста
4. ам. назначение на постоянна длъжност (особ. за учител)
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{'tenjuъ} n 1. владение; собственост, имущество; communal tenure об
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владеене;
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1. (период/срок на) заемане на служба/пост и пр 2. communal tenure общо владение/ползуване 3. during his tenure of office докато беше на служба/заемаше поста 4. ам. назначение на постоянна длъжност (особ. за учител) 5. владение, собственост, имущество 6. условия за/срок на ползуване на владение
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tenure[´tenjə] n 1. владение; условия за ползване от владение; communal \tenure общо владение (използване); military \tenure ист. феодално владение, свързано със задължение за военна служба; 2. (период на) заемане на служба и пр.; срок на владеене; \tenure of office заемане на пост (служба); 3. назначаване на учител или университетски преподавател на постоянно място в дадено учебно заведение след изтичане на изпитателния срок.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(lands and tenements) / , , , , (for the time)


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