Translation of rental in Spanish:

rental

alquiler, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛn(t)l//ˈrɛnt(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    (act of renting)
    alquiler masculine
    arriendo masculine
    TV rental el arriendo de televisores Andes
    • Increases in mobile phone service charges by some operators and a further narrowing in the decline of private housing rentals also contributed to the smaller fall.
    • Really, I can't recommend this disc, either for purchase or rental, yet not for reasons you might immediately assume.
    • At present, these users receive two separate bills one from their new service provider for calls made, and one from Eircom for phone line rental.
    • Car rental can be quite expensive in the peak summer season and the best rates can be obtained by booking in advance or online.
    • Other rural credit unions own fishing boats for rental.
    • I'm in a Ford Fiesta, top of the range for Moroccan car rental.
    • Some of the houses in South Street are offered for holiday rental.
    • The Margaritas didn't happen, but truck rental did.
    • The cost of rescuing them each morning put an end to houseboat rental.
    • The extra $1,500 left over could have gone to advertising costs and rental of a loudspeaker.
    • Their purchases are treated as short-term rentals to support their addiction.
    • The first 100,000 customers to sign up for Smart broadband will get their monthly line rental free for life.
    • In fact, when the videocassette had appeared, Hollywood had been up in arms until it realised that there was much to gain from the sale and rental of films recorded on videotape.
    • P.O. box rentals and private bag rentals are up 8%.
    • These illegal immigrants have not only taken over the markets, but are behind the skyrocketing house rentals due to the huge amounts of untaxed monies they handle and give to people who own houses.
    • The movies will be offered, as at any video store, in DVD and VHS, for sale or rental.
    • Slip in a pair of big fluffy slippers and a coupon for a free movie rental.
    • Each state has different laws, which govern short-term rentals of automobiles.
    • Seeing the works in their permanent settings would have required numerous plane tickets, the rental of a car, and perhaps even a donkey or camel.
  • 2

    (charge)
    alquiler
    renta feminine Latin America
    arriendo masculine Andes
    a fixed/yearly rental un alquiler (or arriendo etc.) fijo/anual
    • The charges for this service include connection fee of €99.16 plus monthly line rental of €30.99.
    • So residential property is currently ‘overvalued’ compared to both incomes and rentals.
    • The traders expressed hope that with the start of discussions with the council, the rentals would be reduced to a reasonable amount.
    • Property taxes, insurance and ground rentals are capitalized on property that is under construction until such time as it is prepared for its intended use.
    • There is nothing worse than relying on what can all too often turn out to be non-existent rentals to pay off a large mortgage.
    • Ms Wilkins is already paying a high monthly rental.
    • As a rule, you can expect rentals to cover general expenses such as insurance, rental management, local taxes and rates with some left over to cover your mortgage expenses.
    • For families in the poverty trap this was a year of suffering with increased rentals driving families to share houses in overcrowded conditions and stress making more families dysfunctional.
    • In that situation, in addition to the possibility of an arrangement or analogous fee, the broker can generate profit reflective of the difference between the price which he will have paid and the rentals which he will receive.
    • The lease payments are treated as rentals and are deductible.
    • The move also costs the state, which pays the line rental for thousands of pensioners under a scheme to boost security and social contact for the elderly.
    • The daily pay was enough to cover rental on the house and garden.
    • Cost is also a factor with office rentals having doubled over the last five years.
    • A weekly rental is paid on all bedroom units and again charged according to the means of the applicant.
    • The monthly rental is a flat rate because the internet connection is always on.
    • An arbitrator determines a revised rental based on evidence put forward by both the landlord and the tenant.
    • When foreign buyers get approval, they must open a non-resident account which is normally funded from the buyer's country of residence or from rentals received on the property purchased.
    • Tenants normally pay annual rentals up front in either one or two installments.
    • The lease rental paid by the local authority, funded by the government, is treated as an annual expense.
    • For example, in the uniform rental business, you frequently evaluate targets based on rentals earned over the subsequent 52 weeks.
  • 3US

    (thing rented)
    this car is a rental este es un coche de alquiler