(n.) = resident ; tenant ; occupant ; sharecropper ; roomer ; boarder ; lodger ; householder ; renter. Ex: Since they were operated as part of the local authority, they achieved little credibility with residents. Ex: This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/tenant problems. Ex: The administrative assistant position is a new one, and its first occupant, Booth Slye, has been on the job one week. Ex: The south London 'white trash' it portrays are as marginalized in their council flats as any poor sharecroppers, but the novel neither condescends toward them nor sentimentalizes their plight. Ex: In contrast, a roomer or boarder shares the same residence as the owner. Ex: In contrast, a roomer or boarder shares the same residence as the owner. Ex: The plot has the serial killer hiding out as a lodger in an upstanding family's home. Ex: It is the responsibility of the householder to ensure the refuse is bagged securely. Ex: As a first time vacation home renter, the experience was like home away from home. ---- * asociación de inquilinos = tenants' association. * robo con los inquilinos dentro = home invasion.