Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Usage examples of "property developer".
The banquet was being given by a multimillionaire property developer, Sir Shi-teh T'Chung, partially to celebrate the knighthood he had received in the last Honors List, but mostly to launch his latest charity drive for the new wing of the new Elizabeth Hospital.
He had come from working on building sites all over England to being the most-talked-of builder and property developer in Ireland.
The banquet was being given by a multimillionaire property developer, Sir Shi-teh T'chung, partially to celebrate the knighthood he had received in the last Honors List, but mostly to launch his latest charity drive for the new wing of the new Elizabeth Hospital.
Lord Wooton was a high-profile Cotchester property developer but of little interest nationally.
Now, it's dodgy enough that he's noticed the patient levels are falling and he's tipping a property developer the wink about the site before anyone even knows there are plans to close it, but according to the computer, that letter predated all memos about GRH bed-usage by several months.
He's only waiting for the poor old thing to die so that he can sell the land to a property developer and live in clover for the rest of his life.
The company had been sold at vast profit, and Gowrie had disappeared for several years before reappearing in the guise of property developer and investment guru.
He was still a property developer, his name on several projects around the city as well as further afield.
Not as high profile or gung-ho as being a property developer, but Leah had no doubt that Gareth was a winner in his own field.
She'll have some property developer or spaced-out rich kid, some moneyman.
It would be as though the Queen were to sell Buckingham Palace to a property developer.
Julia's paintings had sold well, but the art market had taken a dive and he'd also bought a couple of minor French Impressionists for a property developer, who'd suddenly called in the receiver.