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hire sth/sb out

phrasal verb with hire uk   /haɪər/  us   /haɪr/ verb [T]
to ​allow someone to use something or someone ​temporarily in ​exchange for ​money: UK How much do you ​charge for ​hiring out a ​bicycle for a ​week? He's ​decided to go ​freelance and ​hire himself out as a ​technicalwriter.
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in Chinese (Simplified) (短期)出租…
in Chinese (Traditional) (短期)出租…
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