Crossword clues for timeshare
- Property agreement invalid as I'm three!
- Vacationer's lodging, perhaps
- Vacation split
- Vacation condo, perhaps
- Summer place, maybe
- Regular vacationer's option
- Rabbit relative working for a New York daily news publication?
- Long-eared mascot of an L.A. newspaper?
- Certain vacation plan
- Bunny working at a New York paper?
- Vacation purchase
- Plan for vacations
- Beach house arrangement, perhaps
- Vacation plan
- *Purchase for a vacation, maybe
- Vacation lodging purchase ... or an arrangement between the two halves of the answer to each starred clue?
- Vacation house co-op plan
- Purchase for a vacation, maybe
- Sort of holiday home mates hire out
- Accommodating agreement, rival losing to Guardian tortoise?
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. (alternative spelling of time-share English)
A timeshare (sometimes called vacation ownership) is a property with a particular form of ownership or use rights. These properties are typically resort condominium units, in which multiple parties hold rights to use the property, and each sharer is allotted a period of time (typically one week and almost always the same time every year) in which they may use the property. Units may be on a partial ownership, lease, or "right to use" basis, in which the sharer holds no claim to ownership of the property.
A timeshare is a property with a particular form of shared ownership or use rights.
Timeshare, time-share, or time share may also refer to:
- Time Share, a 2000 TV film
- Time-sharing, shared use of a computing resource
Usage examples of "timeshare".
You know, standard Resort Package, complete with timeshares and bellydancers?
Mathilda Janine prevailed on Tara to accompany her to most of the field athletic training, in return for equal timeshares of her company at the polo fields, so the two girls spent most of their time dashing from the vast Olympic complex across Berlin to the equestrian centre at high speed, the only rate of progress with which Tara seemed able to conduct her father's green Bentley.
Her husband had paid fifty thousand dollars for membership in the Earth House timesharing plan: two weeks every year, for life, in what the pamphlets called a “luxurious survivalist fortress in the mountains of southern Idaho.
The most senior gods, of course, had large and splendid temples, but the trouble was that later gods demanded equality and soon the holy areas were sprawling with lean-to’s, annexes, loft conversions, sub-basements, bijou flatlets, ecclesiastical infilling and trans-temporal timesharing, since no god would dream of living outside the holy quarter or, as it had become, three-eighths.
The most senior gods, of course, had large and splendid temples, but the trouble was that later gods demanded equality and soon the holy areas were sprawling with lean-to's, annexes, loft conversions, sub-basements, bijou flatlets, ecclesiastical infilling and trans-temporal timesharing, since no god would dream of living outside the holy quarter or, as it had become, three-eighths.