time-share

[tahym-shair]
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verb (used with object), time-shared, time-shar·ing.

to use or occupy by time-sharing.

noun


Related formstime-shar·er, noun
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Examples from the Web for time-share

Contemporary Examples of time-share

  • But I'll tell you one thing about such an America: It wouldn't have any time-share magnates.

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    Why is David Siegel so Mad?

    David Frum

    October 10, 2012

  • A second thought about David Siegel, the time-share magnate who warned his employees of job losses if Barack Obama is re-elected.

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    Why is David Siegel so Mad?

    David Frum

    October 10, 2012

  • However, it is improbable that they are true, given the still very fragile state of the time-share industry.

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    Why is David Siegel so Mad?

    David Frum

    October 10, 2012



British Dictionary definitions for time-share

time-share

adjective

denoting, relating to, or forming part of time sharing of propertytime-share villas
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