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Meaning of "tenant" #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 19, 2006 23:02 pm   Meaning of "tenant"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #81 "Renting a place", question 5

......... is a person who is renting the apartment or house.

(a) Landlord
(b) Tenant
(c) Houseguest
(d) Host

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ESL/EFL Test #81 "Renting a place", answer 5

Tenant is a person who is renting the apartment or house.

Correct answer: (b) Tenant
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Meaning of "tenant" #2 (permalink) Tue Jun 20, 2006 7:21 am   Meaning of "tenant"
 

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Tenant = a person who is renting the apartment or house. Here, the person who usually pays the rent and lives in the place.
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