Definition of 'rental'
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These difficulties are spawning innovation in the rental sector. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Its prices include car rental and it can book flights. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He denied doing this because the growth in capital value was higher than the potential rental income. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The second task is to research whether that figure can buy you a good rental property. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Here are eight tips on how to dress your rental property to impress. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We shaved 9 % off the cost of line rental by paying for a year upfront. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It applies to all car rental companies trading in Switzerland and repair damage to their vehicles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We also have some rental income from a nursery we own in Wiltshire. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They also gave you six months' free line rental for your phone as a gesture of goodwill. The Sun (2016)This means paying attention to rental forecasts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It reflects the annual net rental value of the land. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But only those who enjoy queueing in the rain at a video rental shop. The Sun (2009)They offer the prospect of a steady stream of rental income along with some capital growth. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can also save some money by paying for your line rental up front. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This could restrict the supply of affordable rental property in many areas. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Landlords pay tax on rental income and capital gains. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Remember that you will be liable for capital gains tax on selling a rental property. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Most advisers suggest fixes to reduce the risk your repayments will rise above your rental income. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Most libraries have free video rentals. Christianity Today (2000)They are about getting into arguments in languages you can't speak with car rental firms. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We have the chance to buy a similar company with annual rental income of 175,000. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Since most modern rental cars have warning lights, rental companies do not automatically supply red triangles. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some providers offer savings if you pay for a year's line rental in advance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Waiting time increases costs because the metal's owners have to pay storage rental fees. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is said to be seeking annual rental payments totalling more than 50,000. Times, Sunday Times (2009)An extra video rental will reduce expenditures on all other goods by $4. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Note that for all broadband tariffs you need to factor in a 17.99 line rental. The Sun (2016)Also, if you want to use the property yourself your rental guarantee will be lower. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Many people are stuck in the rental sector because high rents mean that they cannot afford to save the money they need for a deposit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)With the rental sector set to grow, should you be considering buy-to-let? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was also a big year for buy-to-let, boosted in part by a booming rental sector. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It said it was likely to delay the spin-off of its equipment rental business, as it tried to resolve its accounting problems. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'rental'
British English: rental /ˈrɛntl/ NOUN
The rental of something such as a car or television is the fact of paying an amount of money in order to have and use it.
We can arrange car rental from the airport.
- American English: rental
- Arabic: أُجْرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: aluguel
- Chinese: 租赁
- Croatian: najam
- Czech: půjčení za poplatek
- Danish: udlejning
- Dutch: huren
- European Spanish: alquiler
- Finnish: vuokra
- French: location
- German: Miete
- Greek: ενοικίαση
- Italian: noleggio
- Japanese: レンタル
- Korean: 임대료
- Norwegian: utleie
- Polish: czynsz
- European Portuguese: aluguer
- Romanian: închiriere
- Russian: сумма аренды
- Spanish: alquiler
- Swedish: hyra
- Thai: ค่าเช่า
- Turkish: kira
- Ukrainian: орендна плата
- Vietnamese: tiền thuê
British English: rental ADJECTIVE
You use rental to describe things that are connected with the renting out of goods, properties, and services.
A friend drove her to town, where she picked up a rental car.
Definition of rental from the Collins English Dictionary
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