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rent·al

 (rĕn′tl)
n.
1. An amount paid or collected as rent.
2. A piece of property available for renting: summer rentals by the beach.
3. The act of renting.
4. An agency that rents something.
5. A list of tenants and schedule of rents. Also called rent-roll.
adj.
Of, relating to, or available for rent: rental income; rental properties.

rental

(ˈrɛntəl)
n
1.
a. the amount paid by a tenant as rent
b. the amount paid by a user for the use of property: telephone rental.
c. an income derived from rents received
2. property available for renting
3. (Law) a less common name for rent-roll
adj
of or relating to rent or renting

rent•al

(ˈrɛn tl)

n.
1. an amount received or paid as rent.
2. the act of renting.
3. something offered or given for rent.
4. an income arising from rents received.
adj.
5. of or pertaining to rent.
6. available for rent.
7. engaged in the business of providing rentals: a rental agency.
[1325–75; Middle English < Anglo-Latin rentāle. See rent1, -al2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rental - property that is leased or rented out or letrental - property that is leased or rented out or let
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
car rental, hire car, rent-a-car, self-drive, u-drive, you-drive - a rented car; "she picked up a hire car at the airport and drove to her hotel"
sublease, sublet - a lease from one lessee to another
2.rental - the act of paying for the use of something (as an apartment or house or car)rental - the act of paying for the use of something (as an apartment or house or car)
transaction, dealing, dealings - the act of transacting within or between groups (as carrying on commercial activities); "no transactions are possible without him"; "he has always been honest is his dealings with me"
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
Adj.1.rental - available to rent or lease; "a rental car"
2.rental - of or relating to rent; "rental agreement"; "rental charges"
Translations
أُجْرَةإيجار، أجْرَهتأجير
nájemnájemnépůjčení
udlejning=-lejeleje
vuokra
najam
bérösszeggépkocsikölcsönzés
leiga
レンタル
임대료
nájom
hyra
ค่าเช่า
tiền thuê

rental

[ˈrentl]
A. N [of car, TV etc] (= hire) → alquiler m (Brit) (= cost) → alquiler m, arriendo m (LAm)
car rental is included in the priceel alquiler del coche está incluído en el precio
B. CPD rental car N (US) → coche m de alquiler
rental value Nvalor m de alquiler

rental

[ˈrɛntəl]
n
(= hire) [car, television] → location f
Car rental is included in the price → Le prix comprend la location d'une voiture.
(= hire price) → location f
The quarterly rental will be 35 pounds → La location trimestrielle sera de 35 livres.
(= hiring out) → location f
a company specializing in luxury car rentals → une compagnie spécialisée dans la location de voitures de luxe
(= rented car) → location f
This isn't mine, it's a rental → Ce n'est pas la mienne, c'est une location.
modif [car, video] → de location; [company, agency] → de locationrent book n (for accommodation)carnet m de quittances de loyerrent boy njeune prostitué mrent collector npersonne f chargée d'encaisser les loyersrent-free [ˌrɛntˈfriː]
adjexempt(e) de loyer
adv [live] → sans payer de loyerrent rebate nréduction f de loyer

rental

n (= amount paid, for house) → Miete f; (for TV, car, boat etc also, video) → Leihgebühr f; (for land) → Pacht f; (= income from rents)Miet-/Pacht-/Leihgebühreinnahmen pl; rental carMietwagen m; rental allowance (US) → Mietzuschuss m; rental library (US) → Leihbücherei f

rental

[ˈrɛntl] n (charge, YYY, on TV, telephone) → abbonamento; (000, on car) → nolo, noleggio

rent1

(rent) noun
money paid, usually regularly, for the use of a house, shop, land etc which belongs to someone else. The rent for this flat is $50 a week.
verb
to pay or receive rent for the use of a house, shop, land etc. We rent this flat from Mr Smith; Mr Smith rents this flat to us.
ˈrental noun
1. money paid as rent. car rental.
2. the act of renting. The rental in this area is high.
rentˈ-a-car noun
1. a company that rents cars.
2. a car rented.
ˌrent-ˈfree adverb
without payment of rent. He lives there rent-free.
adjective
for which rent does not need to be paid. a rent-free flat.
rent out
to allow people to use (a house etc which one owns) in exchange for money.

see also let.

rental

أُجْرَة půjčení udlejning Miete ενοικίαση alquiler vuokra location najam noleggio レンタル 임대료 huren utleie czynsz aluguel, aluguer сумма аренды hyra ค่าเช่า kira tiền thuê 租赁
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