Hay 3 definiciones de rent en inglés:

rent1

Saltos de línea: rent
Pronunciación: /rɛnt
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
  • 1A tenant’s regular payment to a landlord for the use of property or land: I cannot even afford to pay the rent on this flat [count noun]: the rise in council house rents
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    • Rather than charge monthly rent, most landlords used to require tenants to put up huge cash deposits, often hundreds of thousands of dollars.
    • A tenant paying rent to a non-resident landlord must deduct standard rate income tax from the rent paid to the landlord and pay the tax he has deducted to the Revenue.
    • Breach of the tenant's obligation to pay rent gives the landlord certain rights, including the right of forfeiture.
    Sinónimos
    hire charge, rental; fee, cost, price, rate, tariff
  • 1.1A sum paid for the hire of equipment.
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    • From Nevada, tourist buses and cars can be hired on rent.

verbo

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  • 1Pay someone for the use of (something, typically property, land, or a car): they rented a house together in Sussex (as adjective rented) a rented apartment
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    • If you're traveling by plane in the coming months, chances are you'll be renting a car when you land.
    • We landed in Las Vegas; Edward rented a car and we headed toward the mountains.
    • The landlady lived on the top floor of the three story house and a few other people rented the other small apartments.
    Sinónimos
    hire, lease, charteroccupy temporarily, live in temporarily; take
  • 1.1(Of an owner) allow someone to use (something) in return for payment: he purchased a large tract of land and rented it out to local farmers
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    • I support the concept of home owners renting rooms to one or two students.
    • The owners rented it out for the summers, and it looked like our summer neighbors were here early.
    • It is now rented out and has its own separate entrance.
    Sinónimos
  • 1.2 [no object] North American Be let or hired out at a specified rate: skis or snowboards rent for $60-80 for six days
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    • The robot I have in mind will rent for about $600 per month, or about $1 per hour.
    • Most wedding sized systems rent for anywhere from $250 to $500 dollars per day.
    • Industrial units rent for between £37.60 and £59 per square metre depending on the size and standard of finish involved.

Frases

for rent

Available to be rented: I do have a room for rent
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  • 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.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French rente, from a root shared by render.

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Palabra del día kerf
Pronunciación: kəːf
noun
a slit made by cutting with a saw

Hay 3 definiciones de rent en inglés:

rent2

Saltos de línea: rent
Pronunciación: /rɛnt
 
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sustantivo

Origen

mid 16th century: from obsolete rent 'pull to pieces, lacerate', variant of rend.

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