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hire

noun
 
 
/haɪər/
[U] mainly UK ( US rental) COMMERCE an arrangement in which someone pays to use something for a short period: car/equipment/plant hire Prices include return flights and car hire. There are plenty of cars available for hire. a hire business/company/firm
[C] HR a person who a company or organization employs in a permanent job: additional/fresh/new hires Three-quarters of the debt-collection industry's new hires quit after just three months.
Translations of “hire”
in Korean 빌리다…
in Arabic اِسْتِئْجار…
in Portuguese alugar…
in Catalan lloguer…
in Japanese レンタル, 賃借り…
in Italian nolo, noleggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 租用…
in Russian прокат…
in Turkish kira, icar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 租用…
in Polish wynajem, wypożyczenie…
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