Definition

to rent: to hire, to lease, to borrow something for money verb
I'd like to rent a car, mine has broken down.
My father has decided to rent his apartment for a few months, he needs extra money.
rent (for the offices): amount of money paid to use (the offices) noun
Have you paid the rent yet? If not, you might have to leave your apartment.
  • "This includes finding your new home and paying the rent, shipping your furniture to your chosen destination, and even providing a private American education for your children."
  • "For example, you may one day need to pay rent, bills, or to buy something on the "Internet"."
  • "No, I rent my home."
  • "The rent and other specifics will be discussed at the interview stage."
  • "Estate agent : You do realize that the rent is $6010 per month?"
  • "- You can rent tea and coffee making facilities for an extra charge (£12 per night)."
  • "I'm a single, 19-year-old boy looking to rent a room in a friendly apartment."
  • "Sailor : But don't you think renting a nuclear submarine was a little bit excessive?"
  • "What was your cheque for? Rent? Food?"

Still unsure of the best way to use 'Rent'? Improve your English thanks to our online English lessons. We offer a free test as well as a free level assessment!

What our users say:

Pleasure

         

I enjoy doing my online English lessons. Only ten minutes daily are enough...Thank you!

Innovative

         

I love your innovative method which allows me to learn a new language and have fun at the same time!

Unique

         

Your method is unique! Your courses have helped me to progress and gain confidence during my travels.

Progress

         

Gymglish has allowed me to improve my English. A daily routine I wouldn't miss for anything in the world!

More testimonials.

Test your English with Gymglish today and get a free level assessment

Absolutely free - no strings attached.