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Translation of "rent" - English-Turkish dictionary

rent

verb     /rent/
HOME [I, T]
A2 to pay money to live in a building that someone else owns kiralamak, kira ile tutmak He'll be renting an apartment until he can find a house to buy.Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting propertyRenting propertyMortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general
PAY TO USE [T] US ( UK hire)
A2 to pay money to use something for a short time kiralamak, para ile tutmak We could rent a car for the weekend.Renting, hiring and hire purchase in general Mortgages and real estateRenting property
RECEIVE MONEY [T] ( also rent out)
B1 to allow someone to pay you money to live in your building kiraya vermek I rented out my house and went travelling for a year.Renting propertyMortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general
(Definition of rent verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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