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rental

[ ren-tl ]
/ ˈrɛn tl /
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noun

adjective

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Origin of rental

First recorded in 1325–75; Middle English word from Anglo-Latin word rentāle.See rent1, -al2

OTHER WORDS FROM rental

pre·rent·al, nounre·rent·al, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for rental

rental
/ (ˈrɛntəl) /

noun

  1. the amount paid by a tenant as rent
  2. the amount paid by a user for the use of propertytelephone rental
  3. an income derived from rents received
property available for renting
a less common name for rent-roll

adjective

of or relating to rent or renting
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