Definition of rent-free in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈˌrent ˈˌfrē/

adjective& adverb

With exemption from rent: [as adjective]: rent-free periods [as adverb]: you could live in the cottage rent-free
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  • Lower rents, rent-free periods and tenant-friendly break clauses are now inserted in deals as a matter of course.
  • The total rent achieved, disregarding the two short rent-free periods, was £108, 500 per annum for the first five years of the terms.
  • Alternatively, an individual could notify the authorities of the existence of land that had not been assigned, and have priority in renting the land if his offer was highest at auction; he could also ask for a period rent-free.

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Syllabification: rent-free

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