American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A rented car.
- n. An agency that offers cars and vans for rent.
- n. a rented car
“I came to the States not knowing a soul — I can remember my first day: I got the keys to an apartment, a rent-a-car and a cell phone and I thought...”
“This smart little spot is at 9777 South Santa Monica Blvd. in Beverly Hills 310 275-9003, directly next door to La Dolce Vita and the Budget rent-a-car lot.”
“Pathfinding, The Easy Way Hertz, the rent-a-car business of Hertz Global Holdings Inc., announced the launch of NeverLost Explore Hawaii, a detailed interactive travel guide it has incorporated into its GPS navigation systems.”
“They drove us to a restaurant to get a rent-a-car.”
“In Los Angeles, I get the most insight from the Hertz rent-a-car people who take me to and from Hertz's lot.”
“-- A $1.2 billion offer by Hertz Corp., later raised to $1.43 billion, to acquire a rival in the rent-a-car business, Dollar Thrifty Automotive.”
“Josh Powell, Susan ` s husband, who is a person of interest, rented a rent-a-car after they confiscated his car to test it, and drove several hundred mimes.”
“Now, have the cops given you a picture of that rent-a-car?”
“Hillary Stookey, the sallow lady with the prominent English accent from Rhode Island, trekked her rent-a-car all the way to the Greenville projects, knocking on doors in a panic, offering rides to whomever may need them on election day.”
“I guess this question is for anyone working at an airport rental car company or more specifically, enterprise rent-a-car at an airport location… Once the rental is returned, how soon is it cleaned and rented to the next customer?”
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