What does bash's "rent job" mean?

Question: Question:

I'm studying about jobs in bash. The help command gives the following, but

$ help fg
fg: fg [job_spec]

JOB_SPEC で識別されたジョブをフォアグランドにして、現在のジョブにします。
もし JOB_SPEC が存在しない場合、シェルが現在のレントジョブとして考えている


I don't understand the term "rent job" in the text. I can't find it even if I search the internet. Could anyone please tell me the meaning?

The version of bash is GNU bash, version 5.0.3 (1) -release (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu).

Answer: Answer:

$ LC_ALL=C help fg

Will display help in English, but according to this

If JOB_SPEC is not present, the shell's notion of the current job is used.

So, if you translate it in the oiler style, it will be "The one that the shell thinks is the current job will be used", which is simply an error when translating. s / rent / current /

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