Origin of rental
OTHER WORDS FROM rentalpre·rent·al, nounre·rent·al, noun
Words nearby rental
How to use rental in a sentence
For years now, San Diego has wrestled with how to handle and regulate vacation rentals.Morning Report: The Deal With the Jen Campbell Recall|Voice of San Diego|February 9, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The Council, after all, had tried to severely limit and regulate vacation rentals but the big platforms, led by Airbnb and HomeAway, easily forced it to throw out the ordinance by collecting enough signatures to force a referendum.What’s Behind the Effort to Recall Council President Jen Campbell|Scott Lewis|February 9, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Last Friday, shortly after arriving at O’Hare International Airport, Rabin boarded a Blue Line train on his way to his rental place in the Wrigleyville neighborhood.‘FLUTE EMERGENCY’: A musician forgot his $22,000 instrument on a Chicago train. A homeless man found it.|Andrea Salcedo|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
When Caroline Lee moved to San Francisco in September 2019, she was surprised by how difficult the “grind to find a rental property” was.
Early on in the pandemic, not long after the Bay Area first went into shelter-in-place, I booked a virtual cookie-baking class through vacation rental site Airbnb.Meet the woman who took Airbnb’s ‘experiences’ online—in just 2 weeks|Kristen Bellstrom|February 2, 2021|Fortune
Production expenses: equipment rental, lights, lighting board, van rental, trailer rental, road cases, backline.
Peer-to-peer car rental RelayRides offers vehicles conveniently parked in airport lots.
At one point, she entered into a contract with a couple named Tamra and Tom Bennett to purchase eight rental properties.
On” is a beach cottage rental technical term meaning “closer to the ocean than Cincinnati.
In turn, the rental rates and home prices are rising fast–something of a new phenomenon.Dallas’s Bishop Arts District Brings European Flavor To The Texas Heartland|Pete Freedman|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nor can a telephone company legally charge a higher rental for a telephone to a telegraph company than to any other patron.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles
Prospective lessees who had taken the trouble to inquire about the rental had learned that it was so high as to be prohibitive.Dope|Sax Rohmer
In order to reimburse himself in some measure for this loss Burbage retained £30 of the rental due to Alleyn.
In reality, Alleyn wanted to extort a larger rental than £14 for the property, which had greatly increased in value.
Celia borrowed the cottage from Mr. Perkins at a rental of several thousands a week.
British Dictionary definitions for rental
- the amount paid by a tenant as rent
- the amount paid by a user for the use of propertytelephone rental
- an income derived from rents received