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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrentedrent‧ed /ˈrentɪd/ adjective   rented accommodation/housing/apartment etc
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rentedMany are trapped in the inner cores because of the unavailability of rented housing beyond the cities.Those in public and privately rented housing do not obtain the same sense of personal identity.He and wife Diane have luxury homes in both countries as well as a rented penthouse in Lausanne.Are you in rented property so feel you just have to put up with what you have?We arrived at Herbert Pocket's rented rooms.Figure 8.2 shows that the decline of the private rented sector and the growth of owner-occupation have been long-term phenomena.Work started on a new base close to our rented unit in Watford.
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