rental

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈrɛntəl/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈrɛntəl/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rentl)


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rental

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [car, truck, van, vehicle] rental
  2. [property, home, house, apartment, condo, vacation apartment] rental
  3. [buggy, bike, Jet Ski®, ski] rental
  4. [DVD, movie, sound equipment] rental
  5. conference [hall, facilities] rental
  6. [theater, party, fancy-dress] costume rental
  7. the rental of [skiing, climbing, abseiling] equipment
  8. the rental of [commercial, retail, office] space
  9. rental per [hour, day, half day, week]
  10. rentals starting from [twenty] dollars [an hour]
  11. makes [2,000] dollars in rentals
  12. makes a living off (the) rentals
  13. the rental [could, should] yield ten percent
  14. costs [1,000] dollars in monthly rental
  15. an income of [1,000] dollars from rentals
  16. [deals, special offers, discounts] on rentals
adj
  1. a rental [apartment, car, vehicle, home]
  2. rental [companies, agencies, bookings, services]
  3. rental [fees, costs, expenses, income]
  4. sign a rental [agreement, contract, lease]
  5. [hourly, daily, weekly, monthly] rentals
  6. the (home) rentals [market, sector, industry]
  7. property rental [applications, websites]
  8. the rental cost [per week, in peak season, in August]
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