sublet

[v. suhb-let; n. suhb-let, suhb-let]
verb (used with object), sublet, subletting.
1.
to sublease.
2.
to let under a subcontract: to sublet work.
noun
3.
a sublease.
4.
a property obtained by subleasing, as an apartment.

Origin:
1760–70; sub- + let1

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sublet
 
vb , -lets, -letting, -let
1.  to grant a sublease of (property)
2.  to let out (work, etc) under a subcontract
 
n
3.  informal chiefly (US) a sublease

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sublet
1766, from sub- + let (v.).
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Example sentences
He'd rather help you find a cheap sublet, a cool job, and maybe even a date.
My sabbatical seems an archipelago of friends' couches, brand-name hotels, and
  sublet apartments.
Besides paying her monthly rent, she is responsible for the sublet fee and the
  maintenance charge.
The switch may give industry giants such fine control that they could sublet
  some colors to a different carrier.
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