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Rent out   /rɛnt aʊt/   Listen
Rent out

verb
1.
Grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee.  Synonyms: farm out, hire out.  "He hired himself out as a cook"






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"Rent out" Quotes from Famous Books



... morning old Mrs. Gurley, the widow lady, got gossipy while I was helping her string beans on the back porch, and began to gush information, as folks who rent out their rooms usually do. Mr. Lyle was her idea of a saint on earth—as he was mine, too. She went over all his virtues and graces, and wound up by telling me that Arthur had had an extremely romantic love-affair, not long before, that had ended unhappily. She didn't ...
— The Voice of the City • O. Henry



Words linked to "Rent out" :   lend, loan



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