Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hire"

The meaning of "Hire" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does hire form mean?
A: それは仕事のアプリケーションです/ It is a job application
Q: What does hire mean?
A: • To pay to use something for a short period: How much would it cost to hire a car for the weekend? You could always hire a dress for the ball if you can't afford to buy one. • To employ someone or pay someone to do a particular job: I was hired by the first company I applied to. We ought to hire a public relations consultant to help improve our image. • An arrangement to use something by paying for it: The price includes flights and car hire. a hire car There's a camping shop in town that has tents for hire (= available to be hired) at £30 a week. • A person to whom a company has recently given a job: She's our latest hire.
Q: What does hired mean?
A: When someone gives you the position for a job, they hire you
Q: What does hired mean?
A: When you apply for a job. And you get accepted that means you are hired!
Q: What does hire out mean?
A: To pay someone else to do it.

Example sentences using "Hire"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hired .
A: I hired the second man I interviewed for the job. I was hired by a good company last week. He was hired yesterday and seems promising.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hire.
A: you've been officially hired. I'm hiring a new guy for the job
Q: Please show me example sentences with hire.
A: I'm going to hire you for this job.

Synonyms of "Hire" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hire and rent ?
A: Hire : to employ somebody, give someone a job Ex. We need to hire somebody to fill the position. Rent: to temporarily borrow something for money Ex, We don’t own a house, we rent one.
Q: What is the difference between hire and rent ?
A: In American English, “hire” is used for people, and “rent” is used for equipment or other non-human things. Ex. I built most of the house myself, but I hired an electrician to do the wiring. Ex. It costs $150 to rent this car for the weekend.
Q: What is the difference between hire and employ ?
A: when you hire someone, you are being employed to work in a company. when you are employed, you already work at a company. ex: They hired 3 new people. vs There are 3 people employed there. in the first example the 3 people were selected to be new employees. in the second example, the employees already work in the company
Q: What is the difference between hire and rent ?
A: We’ll hire is used to grant a job position. Ex. “ I want to hire you as my contractor “ or an employer would say “you’re hired” Rent is when you pay someone to own something as long as you are making payments. Ex. “ I am currently renting an apartment in the city for $600 dollars but if I cannot pay the rent I will no longer be able to live there”
Q: What is the difference between 'to hire' and 'to rent' and 'to charter' ?
A: To hire something is when a person borrows an item for a short period of time professionally. You normally 'hire' cars if you need one for a journey. To rent something is when you take ownership of something for a short period of time. You normally rent a house, meaning you live in it but it is not yours. To charter something is usually to do with high-end travel. It means "to book" or "to call" on something. I would only use it if chartering a private jet or boat.

Translations of "Hire"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hire
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? no hire a trabajar
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to get a new hire style. I want to cut my hair. Is this right?
A: I want to get a new hairstyle. I want to cut my hair. Those are both correct sentences, but you may want to write it as "I want to cut my hair, and get a new hairstyle" to make it flow better.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I hire you
A: Hope this helps! ^_^

Other questions about "Hire"

Q: how would they hire you does this sound natural?
A: Saying “why would they hire you?” Sounds natural if you’re trying to be a little rude. If you want to politely ask why somebody would hire somebody, you could say “what are they looking for in a new hire?” Or “do you think you’ll get hired? Why?”
Q: We are hire a full time barista. does this sound natural?
A: We are hiring a full-time barista. We plan to/want to/hope to hire a full-time barista.
Q: Hey I'm here. Hey I'm hire. does this sound natural?
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Q: I hired you to work. does this sound natural?
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Q: hire , higher. actually this pronounce similar with "hayır" which means "no" in turkish does this sound natural?
A: It sounds good! I actually never realised the pronunciation of hire and higher were so similar 😄

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