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Translation of "employ" - English-Spanish dictionary

employ

verb   /ɪmˈplɔɪ/
B1 to pay someone to work for you emplear, contratar The company employs 2,500 workers.
(Definition of employ from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

employ

verb /imˈploi/
to give (especially paid) work to emplear He employs three keyboarders She is employed as a teacher.
to occupy the time or attention of ocupar She was busily employed (in) writing letters.
to make use of emplear, utilizar You should employ your time better.
employed adjective
having a job; working. empleado
employee /em-/ noun ( employee)
a person employed for wages, a salary etc empleado That firm has fifty employees.
employer noun
a person who employs others empresario, patrón His employer dismissed him.
employment noun
the act of employing or state of being employed empleo She was in my employment The new factory will provide employment for 300 people.
(Definition of employ from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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