In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(precio, cantidad)el alquiler del apartamento — the rent on the apartment
- el alquiler del televisor — the television rental
2(acción de alquilar)(una casa) renting(una casa) letting Britanico(un televisor) rental(un coche, disfraz) rental EEUU(un coche, disfraz) hire Britanicose dedica al alquiler de coches — he's in the car-rental business EEUU
- el tema del alquiler de úteros — the subject of commercial surrogacy
- tomar una casa en alquiler — to rent a house
- contrato de alquiler — tenancy agreement
- ese piso lo tengo en alquiler — I've rented that apartment out
- tiene varios pisos de alquiler — she has several apartments that she rents out
- no había coches de alquiler — there were no rental cars
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