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rent (verb), rents; rented; renting
1. To lease or to allow the use of something in exchange for money or some kind of service: "The shop owner said that she was renting the bicycles to customers by the day or by the week."
2. To pay money for the use of property, etc.: "Karl intends to rent a car for six months instead of buying one."
3. To tear or to destroy an article of clothing or cloth: "In her severe grief over the shooting of her little boy, the young mother rent her scarf and threw her shoes away."
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