There are 3 main translations of rent in Spanish

: rent1rent2rent3

rent1

alquiler, n.

Pronunciation /rɛnt//rɛnt/

noun

  • 1

    (for accommodations, office)
    alquiler masculine
    arrendamiento masculine
    arriendo masculine
    renta feminine Latin America
    how much is their rent? ¿cuánto pagan de alquiler (or de arrendamiento etc.)?
    • it pays the rent me da de comer
    • rent collector cobradora de alquileres
    • (in UK) rent tribunal tribunal que entiende de causas entre propietarios e inquilinos
    • If David pays rent and his income and savings are sufficiently low he may get housing benefit; if he pays council tax he may get council tax benefit.
    • Residents had traditionally signed long leases and paid an annual rent to the landowner.
    • There are lots of random tourist shops - and empty ones because owners can't afford the high rents.
    • A tenant paying rent to a non-resident landlord must deduct standard rate income tax from the rent paid to the landlord and pay the tax he has deducted to the Revenue.
    • No matter how much legal protection you have in place, though, you still must have conscientious tenants paying reasonable rents to come out ahead as a landlord.
    • All four facilities are paying relatively low annual rents to the council.
    • Can I sell the appliances to cover the unpaid rent?
    • Breach of the tenant's obligation to pay rent gives the landlord certain rights, including the right of forfeiture.
    • In 1997, a change in the law meant it became easier for landlords to evict tenants who weren't paying their rent.
    • Prime retail rents have soared over the past decade, but margins have not kept pace.
    • You should definitely talk to your landlord about reducing your rent.
    • The oversupply of rental property has resulted in landlords cutting rents to attract tenants.
    • They asked for two years' rent in advance.
    • Smith said the rise in interest rates is likely to increase the popularity of residential investment properties which offer guaranteed rents to landlords.
    • Rather than charge monthly rent, most landlords used to require tenants to put up huge cash deposits, often hundreds of thousands of dollars.
    • As a council tenant she pays no rent or council tax and she gets all the extra benefits there are.
    • Currently the average monthly rent for two-bedroom apartments in prime Dublin locations is €1,400 per month.
    • Your brother allowed your mother to reside there and most likely did not charge her rent.
    • This will give rise to increased tenant demand and rising rents in office, retail and residential properties.
    • How can landlords be allowed to harass tenants who pay their rent, just because they have other plans for the property?
  • 2US

    (for boat, suit)
    alquiler masculine
    arriendo masculine Andes
    renta feminine Mexico
    • From Nevada, tourist buses and cars can be hired on rent.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (pay for)
    (house/office/land) alquilar
    (house/land/office) arrendar
    (house/land/office) rentar Mexico
    (vehicle/television) alquilar
    (vehicle/television) arrendar Andes
    (television/vehicle) rentar Mexico
    (suit/boat) alquilar US
    (boat/suit) arrendar Andes US
    (suit/boat) rentar Mexico US
    to rent sth from sb rentarle algo a algn Mexico
    • The group then rented a house from a private landlord.
    • Here she rents a small upstairs apartment in a family's house, and paints.
    • If you haven't seen the film you need to at least rent it.
    • The demand for privately rented accommodation has increased, but the choice of properties available can be limited.
    • If you're traveling by plane in the coming months, chances are you'll be renting a car when you land.
    • Did anyone want to wear the gorilla suit rented for the occasion?
    • Another important driving tip that should always be kept in mind, especially if you are renting a car in Kauai, is to always keep your seatbelt fastened no matter where you are seated in the car.
    • Hip-hop fans should at least rent it just for the musical aspect of the film.
    • Agents use this information to assess a person's rental history when considering an application to rent a property.
    • He did not own the car and was not the person who rented the car.
    • You can either rent a car or motorbike or go on an organised trip by jeep or minibus.
    • My advice would be to rent it first before you put down your money.
    • For now, I've voluntarily dismounted from the property ladder and am renting a nice family home while I see how the economy and the housing market develop.
    • Of course we didn't own a house we just rented a two room apartment.
    • Meanwhile, privately rented accommodation is becoming very expensive.
    • But it's unlikely that Americans living in a foreign land are renting many of these units.
    • The landlady lived on the top floor of the three story house and a few other people rented the other small apartments.
    • In Howth, he rented a four-bedroom detached property for €4,440 last year.
    • The castle can also be rented for special occasions on a weekend or weekly basis.
    • We landed in Las Vegas; Edward rented a car and we headed toward the mountains.
  • 2rented past participle

    (rooms/property/accommodations) alquilado
    (property/rooms/accommodations) arrendado
    (accommodations/rooms/property) rentado Mexico
  • 3


intransitive verb

  • 1

    (use in exchange for payment)
    alquilar
    arrendar
    rentar Mexico
  • 2US

    (cost to rent)
    this house rents for $1200 a week el alquiler / el arriendo de esta casa es de 1200 dólares a la semana

There are 3 main translations of rent in Spanish

: rent1rent2rent3

rent2

Pronunciation /rɛnt//rɛnt/

participle


There are 3 main translations of rent in Spanish

: rent1rent2rent3

rent3

rasgadura, n.

Pronunciation /rɛnt//rɛnt/

noun

literary

  • 1

    (tear, rip)
    rasgadura feminine literary
    rasgón masculine
    • Thus did ceremonies and their successful conduct knit up the repeated homicidal rents in the social fabric.
    • The least rent or puncture might, if not immediately checked and repaired, split the whole garment asunder and expose its wearer in all his human vulnerability.
    • He walked the edge of a yawning hole tearing a rent across the earth.
    • They trailed in limp defeat, their once proud banners torn from the bosom of the sky, and bedecked with many minute rents and holes within their pale canvass.