- rental collection,
- rental library,
Origin of rental
Examples from the Web for rental
At one point, she entered into a contract with a couple named Tamra and Tom Bennett to purchase eight rental properties.
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
It led us to bank accounts, rental private mailboxes, and companies, all of which we followed up on.Feds Smoke Out Synthetic Weed Dealers’ Online Empire|Olivia Nuzzi|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I made my way back to Laura, and we picked up our rental car.The Upside of a Destination Wedding: Tales of a Serial Wedding Guest|Jen Doll|April 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rohrabacher has never been accused of trashing an office, but allegedly trashed his rental house instead.
(c) Levy rates on the rental values of the district, and borrow money on the security of such rates for any of the above purposes.Socialism and Democracy in Europe|Samuel P. Orth
In 1839 the rental paid was $300, and for the six succeeding years it was $200.Unitarianism in America|George Willis Cooke
And perhaps the larger share of the city property is unoccupied or paying no rental.The Arena|Various
The rental charges are nominal in amount, the maximum being about 1/16 of a cent per kilowatt hour.Our National Forests|Richard H. Douai Boerker
He has just bought two estates, and La Crampade is now a property with an annual rental of thirty thousand francs.Letters of Two Brides|Honore de Balzac
- 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
mid-14c., "rent roll;" late 14c., "income from rents," from Anglo-French rental, Medieval Latin rentale; see rent (n.1) + -al (2). Meaning "amount charged for rent" is from 1630s; that of "a car or house let for rent" is from 1952, American English.