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rent 1

 (rĕnt)
n.
1.
a. Payment, usually of an amount fixed by contract, made by a tenant at specified intervals in return for the right to occupy or use the property of another.
b. A similar payment made for the use of a facility, equipment, or service provided by another.
2. The return derived from cultivated or improved land after deduction of all production costs.
3. The difference between the price paid for use of a resource whose supply is inelastic and the minimum price at which that resource would still be provided. Also called economic rent.
v. rent·ed, rent·ing, rents
v.tr.
1. To obtain occupancy or use of (another's property) in return for regular payments.
2. To grant temporary occupancy or use of (one's own property or a service) in return for regular payments: rents out TV sets.
v.intr.
To be for rent: The cottage rents for $1,200 a month.
Idiom:
for rent
Available for use or service in return for payment.

[Middle English rente, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *rendita, from feminine past participle of *rendere, to yield, return; see render.]

rent′a·bil′i·ty n.
rent′a·ble adj.

rent 2

 (rĕnt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of rend.
n.
1. An opening made by rending; a rip.
2. A breach of relations between persons or groups; a rift.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rentable - that is able or fit be rented
unrentable - not able or fit to be rented; "the house was unrentable in that condition"
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Under the terms of the agreement, Fannie Mae will lease approximately 850,000 rentable square feet out of approximately 1,000,000 rentable square feet to be constructed on the Reston Gateway property.
Floor plate sizes range from 40,000 rentable square feet on the lower floors and 29,500 rentable square feet on the upper floors.
These two properties offer a combined 115,000 rentable square feet of space, including 40 RV/boat spaces.
11th Street, offers 301 residential units and spans 271,584 square feet of net rentable area.
Beeline, 10 buildings, 393 units, 47,200 rentable square feet
com)-- Storage Village, a six property self storage portfolio in Georgia, with over 434,000 rentable square feet and over 3,100 self storage units, was sold recently to Danbury Road Holdings, IV, LLC, dba Store Here.
At December 31, 2012, the Company had interests in 2,078 self-storage facilities located in 38 states with approximately 132 million net rentable square feet in the United States and 189 storage facilities located in seven Western European nations with approximately ten million net rentable square feet operated under the "Shurgard" brand.
En efecto, vivimos en un mundo donde si talar un bosque es rentable, se tala; si demoler una bella mansion es rentable, se demuele; si producir porquerias es rentable, se producen; si llenar una ciudad de basura es rentable, se llena de basura; si destruir el paraiso es rentable, se destruye.
35 per rentable square foot, while total repair and maintenance costs for the same building average $1.
PARA MUCHOS INTEGRANTES DEL CANAL, LA OPCION DEL MERCADO DE CONSUMIBLES REPRESENTA UN NEGOCIO PRACTICO Y RENTABLE O, BIEN, UNA ALTERNATIVA O VA LOR AGREGADO PARA EL USUARIO FINAL; SIN EMBARGO, HAY QUIENES CONSIDERAN ESTE NICHO COMO UN SALVAVIDAS QUE MANTIENE EL NEGOCIO A FLOTE EN TIEMPOS ECONOMICAMENTE COMPLICADOS.
Houston, Texas-based Interliant has enjoyed a long-running involvement in rentable applications, having joined forces with IBM subsidiary Lotus in 1997 to co-develop a hosting version of the latter's Domino Web server.