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rent

noun [C, U]     /rent/
A2 the amount of money that you pay to live in a building that someone else owns: They couldn't afford the rent.Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting propertyRenting propertyMortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general
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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 付款, 租金, 租费…
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