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Rent may refer to:
- Renting, a system of payment for the temporary use of something owned by someone else (hiring); the payments for such use are typically referred to as "rent"
- in economics:
- payment for the use of a resource (factor of production), whether it be land, labour, equipment, ideas or money 
- payment for the use of land or equipment
- payment for the use of land, land rent
- Economic rent, a payment to a factor of production in excess of that which is needed to keep it employed in its current use
- Rent-seeking, attempting to increase one's share of existing wealth without creating wealth
- Rent (musical), a stage musical by Jonathan Larson, directed by Michael Greif
- Rent (song), a 1987 pop music hit from the Pet Shop Boys
- Rent (MUD), a game mechanic in some MUDs
- Rentboy or rent boy, a slang term for a male prostitute
- Past form of the verb "to rend"
- Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, ed. (2008). New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics 7. MacMillan Publishers Ltd. p. 91.
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