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rent out

To agree to allow someone to use something or occupy some place temporarily for payment or a series of payments. A noun or pronoun can be used between "rent" and "out." After business started declining, we began renting out our warehouses to help supplement our revenue stream. We also offer to rent the equipment out on daily, monthly, or yearly rates.
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rent out

v.
To grant temporary occupancy or use of some property or some service to someone in exchange for regular payments: I rented out the extra room over the garage to a college student. My parents rented our cabin out to one of my cousins.
See also: out, rent
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Wells shows, for example, that the costliness of Shakespeare's real estate purchases in Stratford far outweighed any investments he made in London (until the end of his time there, when he bought a residence in Blackfriars that he rented out); and Wells speculates that Shakespeare often retreated to Stratford to write.
White lived on one floor, rented out the other three apartments and met his future wife on the same block.