nezhiloye pomeshcheniye

English translation: non-residential space for rent

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Russian term or phrase:nezhiloye pomeshcheniye
English translation:non-residential space for rent
Entered by: artyan

01:59 Feb 14, 2001
Russian to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Russian term or phrase: nezhiloye pomeshcheniye
sdayotsya a arendu nezhiloye pomeshcheniye
!!!
See below.
Explanation:

See the definition of "premises" from Webster's"

1. a tract of land including its buildings.

2. a building together with its grounds or other appurtenances.

"Premises" is the right word, so you can use one of the following two:

nondomestic premise(s)
nonresidential premise(s)

However, in your case I would use the word in the singular. See some relevant examples from MultiLex 2.0:

premise
помещение;
pl здание; дом с участком и надворными постройками
domestic premises — жилые помещения
nondomestic [nonresidential] premises — нежилые помещения
production premises — производственные помещения


Another alternative is to use the word "space". One can speak of "office space", for example.

I would translate your sentence as follows:

Non-residential premise for rent.
OR
Non-residential space for rent

Best regards,

Artyan
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napremises
George A.R (X)
naSee below.
artyan
nanonresidential premises
Vladimir Pochinov


  

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22 mins
nonresidential premises


Explanation:
Nonresidential premises to let.

The above phrase will be just the right choice if you deal with a heading of an advertisement (to be followed with the description of the premises in question). Alternatively, you may say "Nonresidential premises are offered (or are available) for occupancy".

Good luck!


    New English-Russian Dictionary
    Reference: http://www.hopatcong.org/codebook/ch54.htm
Vladimir Pochinov
Russian Federation
Local time: 08:20
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in pair: 2209

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See below.


Explanation:

See the definition of "premises" from Webster's"

1. a tract of land including its buildings.

2. a building together with its grounds or other appurtenances.

"Premises" is the right word, so you can use one of the following two:

nondomestic premise(s)
nonresidential premise(s)

However, in your case I would use the word in the singular. See some relevant examples from MultiLex 2.0:

premise
помещение;
pl здание; дом с участком и надворными постройками
domestic premises — жилые помещения
nondomestic [nonresidential] premises — нежилые помещения
production premises — производственные помещения


Another alternative is to use the word "space". One can speak of "office space", for example.

I would translate your sentence as follows:

Non-residential premise for rent.
OR
Non-residential space for rent

Best regards,

Artyan


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artyan
United States
Local time: 23:20
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in pair: 134
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9 hrs
premises


Explanation:
The ad mens literally : premises for rent which are not living quarters. . In English, "premises" means just that. In Russian, you have to stress that the place is for some other use: "nezhyloy"


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