Rented vs Rentee - What's the difference?
As a verb rented
As a noun rentee is
one who rents (property, etc).
(etyl) rente, from .
A payment made by a tenant at intervals in order to occupy a property.
* , chapter=17
The Mirror and the Lamp
, passage=This time was most dreadful for Lilian. Thrown on her own resources and almost penniless, she maintained herself and paid the rent
of a wretched room near the hospital by working as a charwoman, sempstress, anything.}}
A similar payment for the use of equipment or a service.
(economics) A profit from possession of a valuable right, as a restricted license to engage in a trade or business.
An object for which rent is charged or paid.
(obsolete) income; revenue
* (Alexander Pope)
- [Bacchus] a waster was and all his rent / In wine and bordel he dispent.
- So bought an annual rent or two, / And liv'd, just as you see I do.
* rent strike
To occupy premises in exchange for rent.
To grant occupation in return for rent.
To obtain or have temporary possession of an object (e.g. a movie) in exchange for money.
To be leased or let for rent.
- The house rents for five hundred dollars a month.
(etyl) . Variant form of renden.
A tear or rip in some surface.
* 1913 ,
A division or schism.
- The brown paint on the door was so old that the naked wood showed between the rents .
One who rents (property, etc.).