Italian - English

English translation of 'noleggiare'



transitive verb

    1. (auto, bicicletta)
      1. (prendere a noleggio) to hire (Brit), rent
      2. (dare a noleggio) to hire out (Brit), rent out
    2. (aereo, nave) to charter
    dove possiamo noleggiare una macchina? where can we hire a car?
    noleggiano biciclette ai turisti they hire out bikes to tourists

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'noleggiare' in Other Languages

British English: hire /ˈhaɪə/ VERB
If you hire someone, you employ them or pay them to do a particular job for you.
He just hired a new secretary.
  • American English: hire people
  • Arabic: يَسْتَأْجِرُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: contratar
  • Chinese: 租用
  • Croatian: zaaposliti
  • Czech: pronajmout
  • Danish: ansætte wrong def.
  • Dutch: huren
  • European Spanish: alquilar
  • Finnish: palkata
  • French: embaucher
  • German: mieten
  • Greek: μισθώνω
  • Italian: noleggiare
  • Japanese: 賃借りする
  • Korean: 고용하다
  • Norwegian: leie
  • Polish: wynająć
  • European Portuguese: contratar
  • Romanian: a angaja
  • Russian: нанимать
  • Spanish: contratar
  • Swedish: hyra
  • Thai: เช่า
  • Turkish: kiralamak
  • Ukrainian: наймати
  • Vietnamese: thuê
British English: charter VERB
If a person or organization charters a plane, boat, or other vehicle, they hire it for their own use.
He chartered a jet to fly her home.


Translation of noleggiare from the Collins Italian to English
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