German English Dictionary

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mieten in English:

1. rent


We were shocked when the landlord raised our rent by $200.00 a month.
If your rent comes in past the fifth, a late charge will be added.
Our rent is four times as much as it was ten years ago.
Room for rent.
Our monthly income has to cover food, rent, clothing, transportation, and so on.
Fifteen per cent of the housing will be affordable, so that low-income families will be able to buy or rent homes in the area.
As soon as the land of any country has all become private property, the landlords, like all other men, love to reap where they never sowed, and demand a rent even for its natural produce.
The rent can be a bit expensive, but something nearby would be best.
I like this flat. The location is good, and besides, rent is not very high.
If we pay the rent to the landlady, we won't have any money for food; we are between the devil and the deep blue sea.
After she’d paid her rent, Jen had no money left for food.
i found a really beautiful house for rent in suburbs
We could rent a car for the weekend. He'll be renting an apartment until he can find a house to buy.
The house we rent is in a good neighbourhood. (Dom, który wynajmujemy, jest w dobrym sąsiedztwie.)
We rented a small bungalow for the long weekend

English word "mieten"(rent) occurs in sets:

German Lesson (48) - Regular Verbs - "Special Rules"
Regular Verb