Definition of Rent:

  1. General: Compensation paid by a tenant (or lessee) to the property owner (or lessor) for use or occupancy of a property.

  2. Pay someone for the use of (something, typically property, land, or a car).

  3. A tenants regular payment to a landlord for the use of property or land.

  4. Economics: Surplus generated by the supply of any resource (capital, human, natural) over the amount necessary to produce, or bring forth, the quantity of resources supplied. See also economic rent.

Phonetic Pronunciation of Rent


Synonyms of Rent

Hire, Lease, Charter, Hire charge, Rental, Abrasion, Abysm, Abyss, Aggravated, Arroyo, Bareboat charter, Blemish, Box canyon, Breach, Break, Breakage, Broach, Broken, Burn, Burned, Burst, Busted, Canyon, Cavity, Chafe, Chap, Charter, Chasm, Check, Checked, Chimney, Chink, Chinky, Chip, Chipped, Cleave, Cleft, Cleuch, Clough, Cloven, Col, Concussion, Coulee, Couloir, Crack, Cracked, Crackle, Cranny, Craze, Crazed, Crevasse, Crevice, Cut, Cut apart, Cut open, Cwm, Damaged, Defile, Dehiscent, Dell, Deteriorated, Dike, Dispart, Ditch, Divaricate, Divide, Donga, Draw, Embittered, Exacerbated, Excavation, Farm, Farm out, Fault, Fee, Fissure, Fissured, Fissury, Flash burn, Flaw, Flume, Fly open, Fracture, Fray, Frazzle, Furrow, Gall, Gap, Gape, Gaping, Gappy, Gash, Gorge, Groove, Gulch, Gulf, Gully, Harmed, Hire, Hire out, Hiring, Hole, Hurt, Impaired, Imperfect, In bits, In pieces, In shards, In shreds, Incise, Incision, Injured, Injury, Irritated, Job, Joint, Kloof, Lacerate, Lacerated, Laceration, Lay open, Leak, Lease, Lease out, Lease-back, Lease-lend, Lend-lease, Lesion, Let, Let off, Let out, Mangled, Moat, Mortal wound, Mutilated, Mutilation, Notch, Nullah, Ope, Open, Open up, Opening, Part, Pass, Passage, Puncture, Quartered, Quitrent, Rack rent, Ragged, Ravine, Rent charge, Rent out, Rent-roll, Rental, Rift, Rime, Rimose, Rimulose, Rip, Rive, Riven, Run, Rupture, Ruptured, Scald, Scalded, Scale, Schism, Scissure, Scorch, Scorched, Scrape, Scratch, Scuff, Seam, Second-degree burn, Separate, Severed, Shattered, Shredded, Slash, Slashed, Slice, Slit, Slot, Smashed, Sore, Splinter, Splintered, Split, Spread, Spread out, Spring open, Sprung, Stab, Stab wound, Sublease, Sublet, Subrent, Swing open, Tap, Tattered, Tear, Tear open, The worse for, Third-degree burn, Throw open, Torn, Trauma, Trench, Underlet, Valley, Void, Wadi, Weakened, Worse, Worse off, Worsened, Wound, Wounds immedicable, Wrench

How to use Rent in a sentence?

  1. My rent was due that day, so I had to ave the money and I could not go out with my friends cause it would take a long time to get it.
  2. They rented a house together in Spain.
  3. When you get an apartment or borrow electronics from a rent -a-center, you have to pay a fee known as rent . rent most often is usually a month to month payment in order to gain access to something,.
  4. You should try to negotiate the price you are paying for rent so you can save a little bit of money each month.
  5. Rather than charge monthly rent, most landlords used to require tenants to put up huge cash deposits, often hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Meaning of Rent & Rent Definition