leased car

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nnyy

Senior Member
Japanese
leased cars
rented cars

I made this phrases.
I found the second appear on Google but not the first one.
Can I use the first one to mean cars that are leased from a car lease company.
Thanks a lot! :)
 
  • lingobingo

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    English - England
    They mean different things. You can lease a car rather than buying one, a typical lease being for three years. Or you can rent a car for a short period such as a week or two, or even just a day, when on holiday, for example.
     
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