Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rent"

The meaning of "Rent" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does your rent is due mean?
A: The agreed date by which you pay your rent, has come. You have to pay it now.
Q: What does I wish the rent was heaven sent mean?
A: Oh, I get what it's saying then. It means I wish the rent came from god.
Q: What does you can put this down to rising rents mean?
A: "You can attribute this to rising rents." / "You can blame this on rising rents." / "The reason for this are rising rents."
Q: What does the rent fee occurs by the day mean?
A:
It means that the rental fee is counted by number of days that you are using/living.

Eg 4 days x $$$

😊 Hope this helps! 😊
Q: What does rent a holiday flat mean?
A: rent an apartment during a holiday or vacation

Example sentences using "Rent"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Why it is not “Due to the largely inexpensive rent,” ???.
A: "Due largely to the red door..." is totally different from "Due to the largely red door...." .
The first has a red door and it is this that is influencing something.
The second has a door that is largely red (and may have other colour son it) and that is the main influence.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "Hire" and "rent" .
A: I am going to hire/rent a car to use on my holiday - you are going to pay someone who owns the car in order to use it.
I have a house for rent - you have a house which you are prepared to let people use if they give you money, i.e. to rent the house. (We don't tend to use "hire" for houses). We also say "I have a house which I rent out during the summer" - again allowing people to use the house if they pay to stay there.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rent a motobike .
A: Do you want to rent a motorbike?

I want to rent a motorbike.

She wants to rent a motorbike.

Hope this helps ;)
Q: Please show me example sentences with rent .
A: How much is rent?
I'm going to rent a car for summer
This house is for rent
Q: Please show me example sentences with rent.
A: This house is for rent.
You can rent a car if you want.

Synonyms of "Rent" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rent and lease ?
A: @boss_vps: According to Quora, "These terms are mostly interchangeable, but they have slight differences. Used as a verb, the term "lease" implies a comprehensive written agreement for the use of property belonging to another. The term "rent" is more broad to include any use of another's property for payment, whether under a formal agreement or not."

So essentially, they are similar.

Examples:

I'm renting this car for three days.

I'm leasing this office space on a one-year term.

On a vacation, you would rent a car, not lease it.

However, you might see an apartment available for rent or lease. In this case the terms are virtually interchangeable.

People generally use the term "lease" when they want to sound more professional or formal.
Q: What is the difference between rent and lend ?
A: To "rent" is to borrow something for money.
To "lend" is to let someone borrow something from you.
Q: What is the difference between rent and borrow ?
A: Borrow is something you take for a short amount of time and then you return it. "I borrowed my friend's book."
Rent is when you pay money to use something. "I rented a movie."
Q: What is the difference between rent and lease ?
A: It might be long or short. It will vary.

Sometimes the lease on a flat might be 99 years, but it might only be 6 months.
Q: What is the difference between rent and lease ?
A: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Lease_vs_Rent

Basically, rent is an agreement to pay to use something for a length of time. A lease will legally bind an act of renting to strict conditions.
Rent is flexible. A lease is a contract.

Translations of "Rent"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 저는 이 집을 꼭 rent 하고 싶어요 오랫동안 찾아왔어요 그래서 놓치고 싶지 않아요 저에게 기회를 주세요
A: I want to rent this house as I have been here a while. I don’t want a chance to miss it.
—Haha I have no idea this is kinda confusing for me
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How much the rent is? or How much is the rent?
A: B is the correct one.

Aron asked how much the rent was. = "How much is the rent?" Aron asked.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the actual rent of the room
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? rent a room which doesn't have its own washroom and rent a room with washroom
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Rent"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce how much is the rent? , Are there amenities in the building? , Where exactly is the apartment?.
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Q: Can I rent shoes or sports wears when Ileave them home? does this sound natural?
A: Can I rent shoes or sports wear if I leave them at home?

If you use “when” that means you WILL leave them at home

If you use “if” that means your MIGHT leave them at home
Q: The rent you paid is short for 4,000 yen. does this sound natural?
A: Your rent is short ¥4000.

or

Your rent is short by 4,000 yen.

or

Your rent payment is short by 4,000 yen.
Q: When rent a house at the beginning, usually pay one month a rent as a deposit.
What do you say that money?
A: When you rent a house, you usually pay one month's rent as a deposit (up front). What do you call that money?

You call it a deposit . . . lol.

I'm not entirely sure what you were asking, since you already used the word you're looking for, but I corrected the grammar in your question.
Q: I have already paid the rent and water and electricity fee on October twenty-fifth. does this sound natural?
A: Fees are extra.

"I didn't pay rent on time so i had to pay a fee of $25"

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