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hire sb/sth out

mainly UK
phrasal verb with hire uk   /haɪər/ us   verb [T]
COMMERCE to arrange for another person or company to use someone's services or something in return for payment: During the daytime, the studio is hired out in order to bring in extra revenue. The firm hires us out to design websites.
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