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prelease

[ pree-lees ]
/ priˈlis /
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verb (used with object), pre·leased, pre·leas·ing.
to sign or grant a lease on (a building, apartment, etc.) in advance of construction: Agents have preleased more than 60 percent of the new building.
noun
a lease on a building, apartment, etc., that is offered or signed before construction has begun.
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