rental

[ren-tl]
noun
1.
an amount received or paid as rent.
2.
the act of renting.
3.
an apartment, house, car, etc., offered or given for rent.
4.
an income arising from rents received.
5.
a rent-roll.
adjective
6.
of or pertaining to rent.
7.
available for rent.
8.
engaged in the business of providing rentals: a rental agency.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English < Anglo-Latin rentāle. See rent1, -al2

prerental, noun
rerental, noun
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rental (ˈrɛntəl)
 
n
1.  a.  the amount paid by a tenant as rent
 b.  the amount paid by a user for the use of property: telephone rental
 c.  an income derived from rents received
2.  property available for renting
3.  a less common name for rent-roll
 
adj
4.  of or relating to rent or renting

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Rental car insurance is an option available to people who rent a vehicle.
Each spring they pitch tents on the beach or crash in rental houses, keeping
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For one thing, the streets teem with furniture-filled rental vans.
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