rent out

  1. grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee
    We rent out our apartment to tourists every year
    He hired himself out as a cook
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How To Use rent out In A Sentence

  • Do you hire out bikes? Or they can rent / let a building, etc:We rent out rooms in our house to students.
  • It means they can rent out the playing surface to other local teams without it turning into a mudbath. The Sun
  • It does mean that we are going to have to rent out a base in the centre of town for about a month around festival time, but we'll manage with that.
  • She decided to rent out a room to get extra income.
  • Rent out your car parking space and turn that spare room into a home office. The Sun
  • Ultimately, we settled on the design with the guest house, which we intended to rent out.
  • Yet some administrators have urged a reduction in the current outlay for salary and benefits.
  • Indeed Safire should be remembered, not only as a man passionate about language, but as a civil and urbane conservative who, I would like to believe, was as appalled by the current outbreak of right-wing political ergotism as am I. Archive 2009-09-01
  • The workers raise chickens, grow their own vegetables, have a fish tank and rent out space for horses.
  • It tells the true story of a retiring couple who rent out their farmhouse, only to discover their tenant has turned it into a marijuana grow-op.
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