rental agreement, permission to rent, charter; see contract, record 1.
another chance, new perspective, new outlook, opportunity; see change 2.
let, charter, hire, rent out; see rent 1. See syn. study at hire.
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To give temporary use of in return for payment:
To engage the temporary use of (something) for a fee: