a newly hired employee
"the new hires need special training"
the act of hiring something or someone
"he signed up for a week's car hire"
hire, engage, employ(verb)
engage or hire for work
"They hired two new secretaries in the department"; "How many people has she employed?"
rent, hire, charter, lease(verb)
hold under a lease or rental agreement; of goods and services
lease, rent, hire, charter, engage, take(verb)
engage for service under a term of contract
"We took an apartment on a quiet street"; "Let's rent a car"; "Shall we take a guide in Rome?"
require, read, occupy, subscribe to, withdraw, lead, ingest, take on, carry, deal, assume, have, hold, choose, study, learn, wage, absorb, necessitate, consume, affiance, operate, demand, employ, lock, consider, need, rent, enlist, pick out, remove, aim, plight, contract, adopt, film, fill, pursue, lease, take aim, prosecute, take up, train, strike, use up, select, take, drive, let, make, claim, get, get hold of, exact, take away, pack, engross, call for, take in, bring, submit, convey, shoot, engage, direct, charter, contain, subscribe, betroth, involve, acquire, look at, postulate, accept, guide, admit, mesh, ask, conduct
To employ; to obtain the services of (a person) in exchange for remuneration; to give someone a job.
The company had problems when it tried to hire more skilled workers.
To exchange the services of for remuneration.
When my grandfather retired, he had over twenty mechanics in his hire.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
In general terms it may be said that to employ is to devote to one's purpose, to use is to render subservient to one's purpose; what is used is viewed as more absolutely an instrument than what is employed; a merchant employs a clerk; he uses pen and paper; as a rule, use is not said of persons, except in a degrading sense; as, the conspirators used him as a go-between. Hence the expression common in some religious circles "that God would use me" is not to be commended; it has also the fault of representing the human worker as absolutely a passive and helpless instrument; the phrase is altogether unscriptural; the Scripture says, "We are laborers together with (co-workers with) God." That which is used is often consumed in the using, or in familiar phrase used up; as, we used twenty tons of coal last winter; in such cases we could not substitute employ. A person may be employed in his own work or in that of another; in the latter case the service is always understood to be for pay. In this connection employ is a word of more dignity than hire; a general is employed in his country's service; a mercenary adventurer is hired to fight a tyrant's battles. It is unsuitable, according to present usage, to speak of hiring a pastor; the Scripture, indeed, says of the preacher, "The laborer is worthy of his hire;" but this sense is archaic, and hire now implies that the one hired works directly and primarily for the pay, as expressed in the noun "hireling;" a Pastor is properly said to be called, or when the business side of the transaction is referred to, engaged, or possibly employed, at a certain salary.
Employ in, on, upon, or about a work, business, etc.; for a purpose; at a stipulated salary.
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How to use hire in a sentence?
In [parts of] Africa, for example, we know extended families are a way of life and we would expect you to hire your uncle's third cousin because that is the way it is, that's a reality we have to face in combating fraud. Societies differ in what they perceive to be corrupt.
It’s company first, every time we have profit, we hire someone else amazing, we do another big photo shoot, we start developing a new product, we invest in IP.
If you’re a Boston startup, investors know what you’re doing -- you may have graduated from the same school, or have other personal connections, also, everyone is trying to hire here, and if you don’t have a network here or university contacts, recruiting be hard.
I think that Trump is the kind of guy who is going to hire good people, have good people around him and hold them accountable.
Unless our demands are met, we will take steps to escalate. We will stop the activities of oil companies and will not allow them to hire foreigners.
Translations for hire
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- شغل, أجر, استعمل, استخدم, تأجيرArabic
- llogar, contractarCatalan, Valencian
- zaměstnat, najmoutCzech
- anwerben, anstellen, heuern, einstellen, mieten, VerleihGerman
- palkata, palkkautua, työntekijä, työsuhde, teettää, ottaa työhön, vuokrata, työllistää, palvelus, mennä töihinFinnish
- engager, employer, louer, embaucher, recruterFrench
- fastaidh, fastachadhScottish Gaelic
- assoldare, ingaggiare, impiegare, assumereItalian
- 雇う, 雇用, 借りる, 雇いますJapanese
- изнајмува, најмуваMacedonian
- werk aannemen, aanstellen, werknemer, huren, verhuren, aanwervenDutch
- contratar, emprego, empregar, contratadoPortuguese
- трудоустроить, нанять, взять напрокат, нанимать, брать напрокат, трудоустраивать, НаемRussian
- anställd, hyra, anställaSwedish
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