Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being rented.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Capable of being rented, or suitable for renting.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Suitable for, or capable of being, rented.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective that is able or fit be rented

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Examples

  • In other words, the landlords of those buildings have increased so-called rentable space -- which includes an allocation of the common areas of the building -- without adding to the amount of space tenants can actually use, known as "usable" space.

    Don't Worry, Be Happy

  • More than a "rentable" little movie, I think, if you're a Full Moon fan you'll really fall a bit for this one.

    Review: The Dead Hate the Living (2000)

  • More than a "rentable" little movie, I think, if you're a Full Moon fan you'll really fall a bit for this one.

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  • "Governor Pataki is only 'rentable' for the election season," said another.

    Axes and Taxes Putting Pataki Into a Free Fall

  • The church and municipal building are "rentable" McKnight said, but a few fixes need to be done in the future as funding becomes available, including new windows and ceiling replacement at the church, and one of two bathrooms at the municipal building needs repairing.

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  • In all case AMGEN need blockbuster after theri last results ... and will not want to invest in something not "rentable ..."

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  • Seriously, Heavy should never cover a story that requires transportation other than what is commercially available (and not rentable), he makes me laugh and I am not prepared to loose his column just yet.

    Don't Miss F&S Feb.

  • An incredibly economical show to produce, Daddy Long Legs requires only one set, two actors, six musicians, and a handful of easily rentable costumes.

    George Heymont: Twelve Months Till Christmas

  • An incredibly economical show to produce, Daddy Long Legs requires only one set, two actors, six musicians, and a handful of easily rentable costumes.

    George Heymont: Twelve Months Till Christmas

  • Seriously, Heavy should never cover a story that requires transportation other than what is commercially available (and not rentable), he makes me laugh and I am not prepared to loose his column just yet.

    Don't Miss F&S Feb.

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