other words for hiring
- 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
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The King of France, they say, is hiring of sixty sail of ships of the Dutch, but it is not said for what design.
Yes, and you worked for him for over two years before you knew who was hiring you.
The proceeds of fines and hiring in all cases were to go to the county treasury for the benefit of the poor.
He overcame this obstacle, at great expense, by hiring private teachers in various branches of education.
But "rolling oneself in mire" is a strange way of saying "hiring oneself out to fight."
He is a good man and, starting so suddenly, we should have a difficulty in hiring servants we could rely on.
For sixteen years, Susan had been in the habit of hiring her time, for which she was required to pay five dollars per month.
For these smaller meetings they don't go to the length of hiring a lorry.
He would walk the five miles through the country instead of hiring a conveyance, as he at first intended.
Hiring a vehicle of the cab description, I bade the driver convey me to the residence of the most illustrious General Sagana.
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opposites of hiring
WORDS RELATED TO HIRING
- engagement in activity application
- signing on
- taking on
- what one is into