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renta
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renta(
rrehn
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tah
)
A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (earnings)
a. income
A Roberto le está yendo muy bien; su renta anual es de más de $200,000 dólares.Roberto is doing very well; his annual income is over $200,000 dollars.
2. (profit)
a. interest (on money)
La renta anual que producen mis certificados de depósito es demasiado baja.The annual interest my certificates of deposit produce is just too low.
b. return (on investment)
Las inversiones que hice en la bolsa de valores me están dando muy buenas rentas.The investments I made in the stock market are giving me very high returns.
3. (rental payment)
a. rent
¡Oh no! ¡Mi casero ha subido la renta de mi apartamento en un 20%!Oh no! My landlord just raised my rent by 20%!
4. (public debt)
a. national debt
Los bonos de renta son una inversión de muy bajo riesgo.National debt bonds are very low-risk investments.
rentas
A plural noun indicates that there is more than one person, place, thing, or idea.
plural noun
5. (earnings)
a. income
Las rentas que recibo por mi trabajo son mucho más que lo que recibo por mis inversiones.My earned income brings in much more than I get from my investments.
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renta
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (ingresos)
a. income
vivir de las rentasto live off one's (private) income
renta del capitalcapital yield
renta fijafixed income
renta per cápita o por habitanteper capita income
renta del trabajowage income
renta variable/vitaliciavariable/life annuity
2. (alquiler)
a. rent
3. (beneficios)
a. return
4. (intereses)
a. interest
5. (deuda pública)
a. national o public debt
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renta
1 (ingresos) income; (ganancia) interest; return
tiene rentas particulares she has a private income; vivir de (las) rentas to live on one's private income; política de rentas incomes o income policy; (EEUU) título de renta fija fixed-interest bond; valores de renta fija fixed-yield securities
renta bruta nacional gross national income
renta del trabajo earned income
renta devengada earned income
renta disponible disposable income
renta gravable taxable income
renta imponible taxable income
renta nacional national income
renta no salarial unearned income
renta sobre el terreno ground rent
rentas públicas revenue
singular
; (s)
renta vitalicia annuity
2 (deuda) public debt; national debt
3 especialmente (Latinoamérica) (alquiler) rent
casa de renta house to let
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