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rent

noun (PAYMENT)
付款
 
 
/rent/
[C or U] a fixed amount of money that you pay regularly for the use of a room, house, car, television, etc. that someone else owns
租金;租费
I pay a higher rent/more rent than the other tenants because my room is bigger.
我的房租比其他房客高,因为我的房间要大些。
Rents here are ridiculously high/low.
这里的房租高/低得出奇。
Renting propertyMortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting, hiring and hire purchase in general Mortgages and real estateRenting property
for rent offered by the owner for someone else to use in exchange for money
出租;招租
Renting, hiring and hire purchase in general Mortgages and real estateRenting property
Translations of “rent”
in Arabic إيجار…
in Korean 임대료…
in Malaysian sewa…
in French loyer…
in Turkish kira, kira gideri…
in Italian affitto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 付款, 租金, 租費…
in Russian арендная плата…
in Polish czynsz…
in Vietnamese tiền thuê nhà…
in Spanish alquiler…
in Portuguese aluguel…
in Thai ค่าเช่า…
in German die Miete…
in Catalan lloguer…
in Japanese 家賃, 賃借料…
in Indonesian sewa…
(Definition of rent noun (PAYMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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