Definition of out-rent in English:

out-rent

noun

historical
  • Rent which is, or is to be, paid out, especially as deducted from or opposed to income or rent received; (originally) specifically a rent paid by the lord of a manor to his feudal superiors, as opposed to the rent collected from his tenants.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Petition to Edward IV. From out- + rent.

Pronunciation

out-rent

/ˈaʊtrɛnt/