Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb
English teaching for English Language Learners (ELL) who are learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL) or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
rent something out
rent out something
allow someone to use something you own, in exchange for payment
Examples of RENT OUT in Sentences:
1. During the Olympics many people rented out bedrooms in their homes.
2. We are planning to renovate our basement into a separate living space and rent it out.
3. The equipment was very expensive, but the company is hoping to rent it out and recover some of the cost.
4. Under the terms of my one-year lease, I can’t rent my apartment out. I want to go to my home country for a few months to visit my family, but I can’t afford to pay my apartment rent the whole time I am gone.
What is the difference between RENT and RENT OUT?
Typically, rent means pay, and rent out means earn.
Rent out is especially used when you don’t mentioning who will be paying.
“I am going to rent my house to my friend.”
“I am going to rent out my house.” (meaning I don’t know who will rent it yet)
|present –||RENT OUT|
|present participle –||RENTING OUT|
|past –||RENTED OUT|
|past participle –||RENTED OUT|