rent out

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: out - grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee; "We rent out our apartment to tourists every year"; "He hired himself out as a cook"
loan, lend - give temporarily; let have for a limited time; "I will lend you my car"; "loan me some money"
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(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.
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.
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.
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For instance, there are no helmets to protect the young ones if they fall, and some owners rent out these bikes to very young children," he added.
I would venture to say that much of Manhattan's new and existing construction is still renter driven, with much of the condominium product being purchased by: 1) foreign investors that rent out the unit for cash-flow; 2) families purchasing an apartment for their children to occupy or as a pied de terre; or 3) a local or foreign entity purchasing a unit to serve as a corporate apartment.
The successful bidder would have the right to rent out the ground-floor retail space in these properties and would be required to renovate the upper floors.