Car Rentals


busy /ˈbɪzi/
(adj) having a lot to do
Example: Alfred was busy getting ready for his vacation

coincide /ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd/
(v) to take place at the same time
Example: My cousin's wedding coincided with a holiday weekend, so it was a perfect time to rent a car and go for a drive

confusion /kənˈfjuːʒn/
(n) a state of not being certain about what is happening
Example: To avoid any confusion about renting the car, Yolanda asked her travel agent to make the arrangements on her behalf

contact /ˈkɒntækt/
(v) to get in touch with
Example: Manuel contacted at least a dozen car rental agencies to get the best deal

disappoint /ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪnt/
(v) to make someone feel sad because something that they hope for or expect to happen does not happen
Example: Leila was disappointed to discover that no rental cars were available the weekend she wished to travel

intend /ɪnˈtend/
(v) to have a plan, result, or purpose in your mind
Example: Do you intend to return the car to this location or to another location?

license /ˈlaɪsns/
(n) to give somebody official permission to do, own, or use something
Example: A driver's license allows you to operate a motor vehicle legally

nervously /ˈnɜːvəsli/
(adv) anxious about something or afraid of something
Example: As we approached the city Lonnie started driving nervously, so I volunteered to drive that part of the trip

optional /ˈɒpʃənl/
(adj) that you can choose to do or have if you want to
Example: Check this box if you wish to have this optional insurance

tempt /tempt/
(v) to attract someone or make someone want to do or have something
Example: I am tempted by the idea of driving across the country instead of flying

thrill /θrɪl/
(n) a strong feeling of excitement or pleasure;
Example: Just taking a vacation is thrill enough, even if we are driving instead of flying

tier /tɪə(r)/
(n) one of several levels in an organization or a system
Example: If you are on a budget, I suggest you think about renting a car from our lowest tier