Definition of for rent in English:

for rent

Available to be rented: I do have a room for rent
More example sentences
  • Landlords argue this would result in either fewer properties for rent, or higher rents at all levels of the rental market to offset the risk posed by troublesome tenants.
  • Army and police guns go missing at intervals to be added to the stock of illegal weapons making the rounds - there is said to be a readily available supply of guns for rent.
  • With cabins, unlike condos or houses for rent, there are packages that accommodate specific recreational activities.
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