- 1An amount paid or received as rent: a nominal rentalMore example sentences
- The move also costs the state, which pays the line rental for thousands of pensioners under a scheme to boost security and social contact for the elderly.
- Property taxes, insurance and ground rentals are capitalized on property that is under construction until such time as it is prepared for its intended use.
- Cost is also a factor with office rentals having doubled over the last five years.
- 1.1 [mass noun] The action of renting something: the office was on weekly rentalMore example sentences
- The Margaritas didn't happen, but truck rental did.
- In fact, when the videocassette had appeared, Hollywood had been up in arms until it realised that there was much to gain from the sale and rental of films recorded on videotape.
- At present, these users receive two separate bills one from their new service provider for calls made, and one from Eircom for phone line rental.
- 1.2North American A rented house or car: several young people sharing a summer rentalMore example sentences
- I have a good job and comfortable future retirement benefit; I also own a house and a rental.
- It turns out that, even before the tax bill was passed, this year's most fabulous summer rentals were all snapped up well before Memorial Day.
- When the agency that handled their summer rental called, Don said they would not be taking the cottage this time.
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- Relating to or available for rent: rental accommodationMore example sentences
- The qualifying expenditure is available in full against rental income within the state.
- It may also be worth keeping the policy assigned to your mortgage as it might be allowable as a deductible expense against the property's rental income.
- For example, interest on borrowings to purchase buy-to-let property can be offset against rental income for individual property investors.
late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French, or from Anglo-Latin rentale, from Old French rente (see rent1).
More definitions of rentalDefinition of rental in:
- The US English dictionary