room for rent

room for rent

A room within a house or other building that one rents separately from the rest. I heard there's a room for rent in Anna's building. We're putting up our spare room for rent to make a little extra cash on the side.
See also: rent, room

room for rent

n. a person who acts very stupid. (Also a term of address. This implies that one’s head is so empty of brains that the space could be rented out.) My brother is a room for rent if I ever saw one. What a dope!
See also: rent, room
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Renters in the country's most expensive rental markets can save the most by renting a single room instead of an entire unit.San FranciscoandLos Angelesrenters can typically spend more than$2,100per month on a typical one-bedroom apartment and more than$1,100per month on a room for rent about a$1,000difference.
In comparison, the typical cost of a room for rent is fairly steady the median asking price for a room for rent in the top 25 metro areas ranges from$670to$1,430per month.
He said the modus operandi of the suspect was to upload an advertisement of a house or room for rent on a website before bringing the interested party to the location of the house or room to be rented out.
Trifone, whose lengthy criminal record includes open larceny cases, in response to an advertisement for a room for rent for $50 per week, a police report said.
Trifone constantly lied, could not be trusted and said there was no room for rent.
Just list your room for rent or search the listings for a room to live in.