1 sb who lets a house/room
local (esp. AmE)
unscrupulous (esp. BrE)

The house has an absentee landlord, who visits the property once a year.

2 (BrE) man who owns/runs a pub

He left the army and became a pub landlord.

serve sb

The landlord came over to serve me.

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