hire

hire
1. n
1) наймання, найняття
2) прокат; здавання внайми (напрокат)

to let smth. out on hire — здавати щось внайми; давати щось напрокат

bicycles for hire — велосипеди видаються напрокат

for hire — вільне (табличка на таксі)

3) плата за прокат (за наймання)

to pay hire — а) платити за прокат; б) платити заробітну плату

to work for hire — працювати за наймом

2. v
1) наймати

to hire workers by the day — наймати робітників поденно

2) брати напрокат (внайми)

to hire a room — наймати кімнату

3) давати напрокат; здавати внайми (звич. hire out)
4):

to hire oneself — найматися

to hire oneself out for a living — найнятися, щоб заробити на життя

* * *
I n
1) l. наймання; прокат; здача внайми або напрокат
2) плата за найом, за прокат
II v
1) наймати
2) знімати, брати напрокат; здавати внайми; давати напрокат (звич. hire out)
3) заст. підкуповувати

English-Ukrainian dictionary. 2013.

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