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Translation of "rent" - English-French dictionary

rent

noun /rent/
money paid, usually regularly, for the use of a house, shop, land etc which belongs to someone else
loyer
The rent for this flat is £250 a week.
rental noun money paid as rent
loyer
car rental.
the act of renting The rental in this area is high.
rent-a-car noun a company that rents cars.
location de voitures
a car rented.
louer une voiture
rent-free adverb without payment of rent
sans payer de loyer
He lives there rent-free.
rent out to allow people to use (a house etc which one owns) in exchange for money.
louer
How much do they rent out the cottage for?
see also let.
Translations of “rent”
in Arabic إيجار…
in Korean 임대료…
in Malaysian sewa…
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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 付款, 租金, 租费…
(Definition of rent from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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