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17:27 Jul 28, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: anchor tenant
Real Estate Contract
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Summary of answers provided
nalocataire principal, premier locataireyacine
nalocataire-cléAlain R
nalocataire initial / preneur ferme
Germaine


  

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47 mins
locataire initial / preneur ferme


Explanation:
tenant: locataire, preneur
anchor: selon les contextes: maître, pivot, initial, de base, ferme

anchor store
magasin pivot n. m.
Syn. magasin pilote n. m.
maître magasin n. m.
magasin pilier n. m.
Note : D'un centre commercial, qui en est la clé de voûte

Sans plus de contexte, c'est difficile. Vois ce que tu peux faire à partir de là...


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Germaine
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2 hrs
locataire-clé


Explanation:
the major store or stores in a shopping center considered to be the magnet or traffic generator for the shopping center.


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Alain R
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5 hrs
locataire principal, premier locataire


Explanation:
This is all I can do without con text.
Though, I hope it helps you
Yacine


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