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accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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rent
Definition:
an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; " there was a rip in his pants"; " she had snags in her stockings"

What does the acronym rent stand for?

RENT abbreviation definitions:
–  Rentrak Corporation
–  Rental Empowerment Networking and Training

Synonyms:

adjective
disjoint
dissociated, sliced, unhinged, fissured, scissored, disassembled, segregated, dismantled, broken, fragmented, disarticulated, unglued, cleaved, unfixed, parted, disjoint, Bisected, partitioned, split, disunited, uncoupled, separated, Disengaged, Disintegrated, Halved, Disassociated, incised, dissected, cut, divided, divorced, detached, severed, Sundered, disconnected, Excised.
open
dehiscent, unbolted, unfurled, made passable, Ringent, Unshut, unburdened, unbarred, stripped, uncluttered, navigable, Patulous, unplugged, spread out, unstopped.
noun
act
rent, split, rip.
available
on the market, to let, advertised, Offered, renting, for hire.
disjunction
disconnection, break, division, incision, dissociation, Disarticulation, part, dissection, disassembly, disintegration, disassociation, slice, disunity, divorce, fissure, alienation, separation, partition, detachment, segregation, bisection, cleavage, amputation, disengagement.
fee paid for use, service, or privilege
payment, hire, lease, rental, tariff.
gap
breach, gaps, Interspace.
object
snag, rent, rip, split, tear.
opening
split.
opening, split
schism, dissension, gash, crack, tatter, slash, breach, break, slit, tear, discord, perforation, rupture, hole, fracture, rift, fissure, chink, rip, flaw, division, cleavage, faction.
overhead
out lay.
possession
rent.
rent
hire, lease, economic rent, charter, ripped, blasted, damaged, split, tear, let, take, engage, torn, rip.
verb
damaged
ravaged, ruined, pillaged, despoiled, wrecked, damaged, marred, Depredated, vandalized, spoiled, laid waste, ransacked, wreaked havoc, wasted.
dissociated
divided, Halved, fragmented, divorced, Excised, broken, dissociated, partitioned, disunited, broke, uncoupled, split, detached, cleft, disconnected, cleaved, separated, Disengaged, Disassociated, segregated, Insulated, disjoined, parted, ruptured, severed, Sundered, dismantled, alienated.
hire
employ, contract, lease, engage.
live
dwell.
pay or charge fee for use, service, or privilege
lend, sublet, charter, loan, put on loan, make available, engage, allow the use of, contract, take it, borrow, let.
possession
lease, rent, let.
separated
sliced, dissected, Amputated, axed, unfixed, Bisected, unglued, Pared, unhinged, Disintegrated, disaffiliated, incised, disassembled, cut, estranged, ripped, removed.
Examples of usage:
  1. You could let this place easily and for a good rent. – Jan and Her Job by L. Allen Harker
  2. There need no rent pass between us. – Mr. Hogarth's Will by Catherine Helen Spence
  3. I have a home in New York, but I could not possibly afford to live in it; so I rent it; and when I want to go fishing there's enough under hand to pay the expenses. – A Splendid Hazard by Harold MacGrath
  4. " I don't see," she said, " why you should have to go without your rent just because Mrs. Levitt doesn't want to pay it." – Mr. Waddington of Wyck by May Sinclair
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