house-owner

Translations

house-owner

[ˈhaʊsˌəʊnəʳ] nproprietario/a di una casa
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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We could have gardens up in the air; and the small house-owners would like that!"
The suspects, identified by police as Muhammad Waqas and Hassan Ali, are sons of the house-owner where the deceased was residing on rent.
The police tried contacting the house-owner, who did not respond.
It's ideal material for TV comedy script writers - fully paid-up member of The House-Breakers Association beaten up by angry house-owner; burglar asks permission to use phone to report angry house-owner for breach of the peace and bodily harm.
When being bundled into police car, house-owner shouts for burglar to remember to shut the door when leaving.
Cashing On A Second Home In Mexico is very strongly recommended reading for aspiring house-owners of Mexico, as well as and particularly to prospective realtors wishing to move a portion of their operation to Mexico for its highly detailed and authoritative exploration of the potentially prosperous selling of housing in Mexico.
House-owners in the South are more confident about their chances of making money on their property than those elsewhere in the country.
However, Legal & General's Moving Intentions survey, out this weekend, suggests the sharp one-off rise has done nothing to shift Midlanders from their traditional place in tables of house-owners' confidence - appropriately enough, in the middle.