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recruit

noun /rəˈkruːt/
a person who has (just) joined the army, air force etc
recluta
a new recruit.
a person who has (just) joined a society, group etc
nuevo miembro
Our party needs new recruits before the next election.
recruitment noun
reclutamiento
(also adjective) a recruitment drive.
(Definition of recruit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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