Synonyms for hire
- bring in
- add to payroll
- bring on board
- contract for
- fill a position
- find help
- give a break
- give job to
- give work
- make use of
- put on
- put to work
- sign on
- sign up
- take on
- truck with
Antonyms for hire
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIRE
He said that he wished to hire Mrs. Denson's sister for the summer.
The labourer must be worthy of his hire, and a little something over.
If you hire detectives, Mr. Briggs, you must take care of them.
It seems to be a case where the Hire and Lore classes come in conflict.
You wait and see: they will get a tip out of you as well as their hire.
He must begin to plough for himself, but till now we've always had to hire someone,' he said.
Nobody will hire me like this, but I can't get repaired until I get a job.
Lisha was determined that I should hire a girl to wash dishes and things while you was here.
You take a passel of college fellers, like you want to hire for waiters.
I can hire a rig here and you and me might drive over tonight and take it in.