rental
noun

money paid to use an office, house, factory, car, piece of equipment, etc., for a period of time

Example

The car rental Bill comes to over £1000 a quarter.

"...top quality office furniture: short or long-term rental 50 per cent cheaper than any other rental company" [Australian Financial Review]

"...until the vast acres of empty office space start to fill up with rent-paying tenants, rentals will continue to fall and so will values. Despite the very sluggish economic recovery under way, it is still difficult to see where the new tenants will come from" [Australian Financial Review]

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