tenure

tenure
noun
1) (right, title) Besitztitel, der
2) (possession) Besitz, der
3) (period)

tenure [of office] — Amtszeit, die

4) (permanent appointment) Dauerstellung, die
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ten·ure
[ˈtenjəʳ, AM -ɚ]
n (form)
1. no pl (right of title) Besitz m
security of \tenure Kündigungsschutz m
2. no pl (term of possession) Pachtdauer f
they have another two years \tenure sie haben noch zwei weitere Jahre Pachtrecht
3. (holding of office) Amtszeit f
\tenure as a commander Dienstzeit f als Kommandeur
her tenure of the premiership was threatened ihr Amt als Premierministerin war in Gefahr
4. UNIV (permanent position) feste Anstellung
the only position in the department having \tenure is the chair die einzige feste Stelle in der Abteilung ist der Vorsitz
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['tenjʊə(r)]
n
1) (= holding of office) Anstellung f; (= period of office) Amtszeit f
2)

(of property) during her tenure of the house/farm — während sie das Haus/die Farm innehatte

laws governing land tenure — Landpachtgesetze pl

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tenure [ˈteˌnjʊə(r); ˈtenjə(r)] s
1. (Grund)Besitz m
2. JUR
a) Besitzart f
b) Besitztitel m:
tenure by lease Pachtbesitz m
3. Besitzdauer f
4. Innehaben n, Bekleidung f (eines Amtes):
tenure of office Amtsdauer f
5. Anstellung f, Amt n
6. fig Genuss m (einer Sache)
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noun
1) (right, title) Besitztitel, der
2) (possession) Besitz, der
3) (period)

tenure [of office] — Amtszeit, die

4) (permanent appointment) Dauerstellung, die
* * *
n.
Besitz -ungen m.
Besitztitel m.
Grundhaltung f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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