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vermieten
rent
vermieten
hire out
zu vermieten
on hire
Haus vermieten
let a house
Zimmer vermieten
let rooms
Zimmer vermieten
let a room
Zimmer vermieten
to let rooms
ein Haus vermieten
let a house
Zimmer zu vermieten
rooms to let
Zimmer zu vermieten
rooms for rent am.
Haus möbliert vermieten
let a house furnished
lassen, überlassen, vermieten
let
zu mieten; zu vermieten; vermietbar
for hire
zu mieten, zu vermieten, vermietbar
for hire
vermieten v
vermietend
vermietet
to rent Am.
renting
rented
jdn. als (zahlenden) Gast aufnehmen; Gästezimmer vermieten v
to board sb. (provide with meals and a room to live in exchange for money)
vermieten
vermietend
vermietet
etw. vermieten, etw. verpachten
Zu vermieten
to let {let, let}
letting
let
to let sth. on a lease
To let
Vermieten n; Vermietung f (einer Immobilie)
Kurzzeit-Vermietung f
Neuvermietung f
leasing; letting; let Br.; renting Am. (of real property)
short-term let; short let
re-letting
vermieten, verpachten, leasen (an)
vermietend, verpachtend, leasend
vermietet, verpachtet, geleast
to lease out (to)
leasing out
leased out
vermieten; verpachten; leasen v (an)
vermietend; verpachtend; leasend
vermietet; verpachtet; geleast
to lease out (to)
leasing out
leased out
(bewegliche Sachen) vermieten v (an jdn.)
vermietend
vermietet
Das Hotel vermietet auch Boote an die Gäste.
to hire out Br. (movable property); to let sth. (out) on hire Br.; to rent sth. Am. (to sb.)
hiring out; letting on hire; renting
hired out; let on hire; rented
The hotel also hires rents out boats to guests.
Zimmer n, Raum m, Stube f
Zimmer pl, Räume pl, Stuben pl
Zimmer vermieten
Zimmer zu vermieten
Zimmer mit Bad und WC
Zimmer für Zimmer
room
rooms
to let rooms
rooms for rent Am.
room en suite
room by room, one room at a time, room after room
(eine Immobilie) vermieten v (an jdn.)
vermietend
vermietet
etw. vermieten; etw. verpachten
"Zu vermieten"
Im Erdgeschoss des Hauses ist eine Wohnung zu vermieten.
to let {let; let} Br.; to rent (out) Am. (real property) (to sb.)
letting; renting
let; rented
to let sth. on a lease
"To let"
There's an apartment for rent on the first floor.
(eine Immobilie) vermieten v (an jdn.)
vermietend
vermietet
etw. vermieten; etw. verpachten
„Zu vermieten
Im Erdgeschoss ist eine Wohnung zu vermieten.
Wir vermieten unsere Wohnung jedes Jahr an Touristen.
to let {let; let} Br.; to rent; to rent out Am. (real property) (to sb.)
letting; renting (out)
let; rented (out)
to let sth. on a lease
"To let"
There's an apartment for rent on the first floor. Am.
We rent out our apartment to tourists every year
Zimmer n Zi. ; Raum m; Stube f
Zimmer pl; Räume pl; Stuben pl
Zimmer vermieten
Zimmer zu vermieten
Zimmer mit Bad und WC
Zimmer für Zimmer
ein Zimmer einrichten
Zimmer mit Blick auf ...
Wie viele Räume hat die Wohnung?
room rm
rooms
to let rooms
rooms for rent Am.
room en suite
room by room; one room at a time; room after room
to furnish set up a room
room overlooking ...
How many rooms does the flat apartment have?
Zimmer n Zi. ; Raum m; Stube f
Zimmer pl; Räume pl; Stuben pl
Hauptraum m
Zimmer vermieten
Zimmer zu vermieten
Zimmer mit Bad und WC
Zimmer für Zimmer
ein Zimmer einrichten
Zimmer mit Blick auf …
Wie viele Räume hat die Wohnung?
room rm
rooms
main room
to let rooms
rooms for rent Am.
room en suite
room by room; one room at a time; room after room
to furnish set up a room
room overlooking …
How many rooms does the flat apartment have?

Deutsche vermieten Synonyme

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Englische rent Synonyme

rent  abrasion  abysm  abyss  aggravated  arroyo  bareboat charter  blemish  box canyon  breach  break  breakage  broach  broken  burn  burned  burst  busted  canyon  cavity  chafe  chap  charter  chasm  check  checked  chimney  chink  chinky  chip  chipped  cleave  cleft  cleuch  clough  cloven  col  concussion  coulee  couloir  crack  cracked  crackle  cranny  craze  crazed  crevasse  crevice  cut  cut apart  cut open  cwm  damaged  defile  dehiscent  dell  deteriorated  dike  dispart  ditch  divaricate  divide  donga  draw  embittered  exacerbated  excavation  farm  farm out  fault  fee  fissure  fissured  fissury  flash burn  flaw  flume  fly open  fracture  fray  frazzle  furrow  gall  gap  gape  gaping  gappy  gash  gorge  groove  gulch  gulf  gully  harmed  hire  hire out  hiring  hole  hurt  impaired  imperfect  in bits  in pieces  in shards  in shreds  incise  incision  injured  injury  irritated  job  joint  kloof  lacerate  lacerated  laceration  lay open  leak  lease  lease out  lease-back  lease-lend  lend-lease  lesion  let  let off  let out  mangled  moat  mortal wound  mutilated  mutilation  notch  nullah  ope  open  open up  opening  part  pass  passage  puncture  quartered  quitrent  rack rent  ragged  ravine  rent charge  rent out  rent-roll  rental  rift  rime  rimose  rimulose  rip  rive  riven  run  rupture  ruptured  scald  scalded  scale  schism  scissure  scorch  scorched  scrape  scratch  scuff  seam  second-degree burn  separate  severed  shattered  shredded  slash  slashed  slice  slit  slot  smashed  sore  splinter  splintered  split  spread  spread out  spring open  sprung  stab  stab wound  sublease  sublet  subrent  swing open  tap  tattered  tear  tear open  the worse for  third-degree burn  throw open  torn  trauma  trench  underlet  valley  void  wadi  weakened  worse  worse off  worsened  wound  wounds immedicable  wrench  
rental  bareboat charter  chambers  charter  flat  hire  hiring  lease  lend-lease  let  lodgings  quitrent  rack rent  rent  rent charge  rent-roll  rooms  sublease  subrent  suite  tenement  
renter  board-and-roomer  boarder  hirer  homesteader  incumbent  leaseholder  lessee  lodger  occupant  occupier  paying guest  resident  roomer  squatter  sublessee  subtenant  tenant  tenant at sufferance  tenant for life  transient  transient guest  underlessee  

vermieten Definition

Rack-rent
(n.) A rent of the full annual value of the tenement, or near it
Rack-rent
(v. t.) To subject to rack-rent, as a farm or tenant.
Rent
(imp. & p. p.) of Rend
Rent
(v. i.) To rant.
Rent
() imp. & p. p. of Rend.
Rent
(n.) An opening made by rending
Rent
(n.) Figuratively, a schism
Rent
(v. t.) To tear. See Rend.
Rent
(n.) Income
Rent
(n.) Pay
Rent
(n.) A certain periodical profit, whether in money, provisions, chattels, or labor, issuing out of lands and tenements in payment for the use
Rent
(n.) To grant the possession and enjoyment of, for a rent
Rent
(n.) To take and hold under an agreement to pay rent
Rent
(v. i.) To be leased, or let for rent
To-rent
(imp. & p. p.) of To-rend

rent Bedeutung

rent rip
split
the act of rending or ripping or splitting something, he gave the envelope a vigorous rip
rip
rent
snag
split
tear
an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart, there was a rip in his pants, she had snags in her stockings
rent collector a person who goes from house to house collecting rents for the owner
car rental
hire car
rent-aar
self-drive
u-drive
you-drive
a rented car, she picked up a hire car at the airport and drove to her hotel
rent a payment or series of payments made by the lessee to an owner for use of some property, facility, equipment, or service
ground rent payment for the right to occupy and improve a piece of land
peppercorn rent very low or nominal rent
rack rent an extortionate rent
economic rent
rent
the return derived from cultivated land in excess of that derived from the poorest land cultivated under similar conditions
lease
rent
hire
charter
engage
take
engage for service under a term of contract, We took an apartment on a quiet street, Let's rent a car, Shall we take a guide in Rome?
lease let
rent
grant use or occupation of under a term of contract, I am leasing my country estate to some foreigners
hire out
rent out
farm out
grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee, We rent out our apartment to tourists every year, He hired himself out as a cook
rent lease let for money, We rented our apartment to friends while we were abroad
rent
hire charter lease
hold under a lease or rental agreement, of goods and services
rent-free complimentary, without payment of rent, with the job came a rent-free apartment
rent-free without paying rent, I can live here rent-free
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