Someone who hires from a hirer.
Someone who is hired by a hirer.
Payment for the temporary use of something.
“The sign offered pedalos on hire.”
The state of being hired, or having a job; employment.
“When my grandfather retired, he had over twenty mechanics in his hire.”
A person who has been hired, especially in a cohort.
“We pair up each of our new hires with one of our original hires.””
To obtain the services of in return for fixed payment.
“We hired a car for two weeks because ours had broken down.”
To employ; to obtain the services of (a person) in exchange for remuneration; to give someone a job.
“The company had problems when it tried to hire more skilled workers.”
To exchange the services of for remuneration.
“They hired themselves out as day laborers.”
“They hired out their basement for Inauguration week.”
To accomplish by paying for services.
“After waiting two years for her husband to finish the tiling, she decided to hire it done.”
To accept employment.
“They hired out as day laborers.”
obtain the temporary use of (something) for an agreed payment
“we flew to San Diego, hired a car, and headed for Las Vegas”
grant the temporary use of something for an agreed payment
“most train stations hire out cycles”
employ (someone) for wages
“management hired and fired labour in line with demand”
employ for a short time to do a particular job
“Wilmot hired a private detective to follow him”
make oneself available for temporary employment
“the young husbands had to hire themselves out to distant farmers every summer”
the action of hiring someone or something
“car hire is recommended”
“a hire charge”
a person who is hired; an employee
“new hires go through six months of training”