Rent out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

April 16, 2011 By Angela Boothroyd

If you rent out something (or rent something out) that you own, you allow someone to pay you money so that they can use it.

Examples of use:

1. They bought the house to rent out to students.

2. He rents his house out to tourists in the summer.

3. The field behind my house is mine, but I rent it out to my neighbours and they keep their horse in it

4. News headline: Londoners rent out ‘royal wedding’ rooms.

5. I am renting out my spare bedroom to get some extra money

infinitive
rent out
present simple
rent out and rents out
-ing form
renting out
past simple
rented out
past participle
rented out

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