tenure

tenure
['tenjʊə(r)] [AE 'tenjər]
nome
1) (right of occupancy)

tenure of land, property — godimento di un terreno, di una proprietà

security of tenure — diritto di proprietà

2) univ. (job security)

to have tenure — essere di ruolo o titolare di una cattedra

3) (period of office) durata f. di un incarico, mandato m.
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tenure /ˈtɛnjə(r)/
n. [u]
1 occupazione; possesso: (stor.) feudal tenure, possesso feudale
2 diritto d'occupazione; diritto di possesso
3 durata (di un possesso); permanenza (in carica, ecc.): The tenure of the US Presidency is four years, la permanenza in carica del Presidente degli USA è di quattro anni
4 (stor., leg.) possesso, godimento e diritti relativi (di un vassallo)
5 (spec. USA = security of tenure) incarico permanente (nella scuola o nell'università); (posto di) ruolo: She was given tenure after three years, dopo tre anni ottenne un incarico permanente (o passò di ruolo)
● (USA) tenure-track position, posto che porterà a un incarico permanente.
(to) tenure /ˈtɛnjə(r)/
v. t.
(spec. USA) conferire un incarico permanente (nella scuola o nell'università); passare di ruolo
tenured
a.
permanente; stabile; di ruolo.
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['tenjʊə(r)] [AE 'tenjər]
nome
1) (right of occupancy)

tenure of land, property — godimento di un terreno, di una proprietà

security of tenure — diritto di proprietà

2) univ. (job security)

to have tenure — essere di ruolo o titolare di una cattedra

3) (period of office) durata f. di un incarico, mandato m.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(lands and tenements) / , , , , (for the time)


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