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Meanings of Hire-out:

phrasal verb

To arrange for another person or company to use someone's services or something in return for payment

Usage examples:

During the daytime, the studio is hired out in order to bring in extra revenue., the firm hires us …

Hire-purchase

ˌhaɪə ˈpɜː.tʃəs

Meanings of Hire-purchase:

noun

A method of paying for something in which the buyer pays part of the cost immediately and then makes small regular payments until the debt is completely paid. the buyer can use the product, but does not legally own it until all payments are made

Usage examples:

They bought the car on hire purchase., a hire purchase agreement/contract/deal

Hireable

ˈhʌɪrəb(ə)l

Meanings of Hireable:

adjective

(of a person) available or qualified for employment.

Usage examples:

Good print journalists are hireable at reasonable rates

Hired

haɪər

Meanings of Hired:

adjective

Employed for a short time to do a particular job.

Usage examples:

A hired assassin
verb

Obtain the temporary use of (something) for an agreed payment.

Usage examples:

We flew to san diego, hired a car, and headed for las vegas

Meanings of Hired-gun:

noun

An expert who is brought into a company or an organization to deal with a particular problem or situation

Usage examples:

Board members installed in the midst of takeover fights are hired guns with a clear agenda., they a…

Hireling

ˈhʌɪəlɪŋ

Meanings of Hireling:

noun

A person employed to do menial work.

Usage examples:

The poorly paid hirelings in their shabby clothes

Hirelings

ˈhaɪə.lɪŋ

Meanings of Hirelings:

noun

A person employed to do menial work.

Usage examples:

The poorly paid hirelings in their shabby clothes

Hirer

ˈhaɪrər

Meanings of Hirer:

noun

A person or company that employs people

Usage examples:

Financial firms last year accounted for ten of the business school's 15 biggest hirers., 31 per cen…

Meanings of Hirers:

noun

A person or company that employs people

Usage examples:

Financial firms last year accounted for ten of the business school's 15 biggest hirers., 31 per cen…

Hires

haɪər

Meanings of Hires:

adjective

(of a display or a photographic or video image) showing a large amount of detail.

verb

Obtain the temporary use of (something) for an agreed payment.

Usage examples:

We flew to san diego, hired a car, and headed for las vegas
noun

The action of hiring someone or something.

Usage examples:

Car hire is recommended

Hiring

ˈhʌɪə

Meanings of Hiring:

verb

Obtain the temporary use of (something) for an agreed payment.

Usage examples:

We flew to san diego, hired a car, and headed for las vegas
noun

The action of hiring someone or something.

Usage examples:

Car hire is recommended

Meanings of Hirings:

noun

An act of starting to employ someone

Usage examples:

There has been a series of hirings and firings in the company in recent years.

Meanings of Hiroshima:

proper noun

A city on the south coast of the island of honshu, western japan, capital of chugoku region; population 1,144,572 (2007). it was the target of the first atom bomb, which was dropped by the united states on 6 august 1945 and resulted in the deaths of about one third of the city's population of 300,000. together with a second attack, on nagasaki three days later, this led to japan's surrender and the end of the second world war.

noun

A large city in the southern part of japan

Usage examples:

In august 1945, the united states dropped atomic bombs on the japanese cities of hiroshima and naga…

Meanings of Hirple:

verb

Walk with a limp; hobble.

Usage examples:

Donald hirpled out to greet him

Hirpled

ˈhəːp(ə)l

Meanings of Hirpled:

verb

Walk with a limp; hobble.

Usage examples:

Donald hirpled out to greet him

Meanings of Hirples:

verb

Walk with a limp; hobble.

Usage examples:

Donald hirpled out to greet him

Meanings of Hirpling:

verb

Walk with a limp; hobble.

Usage examples:

Donald hirpled out to greet him

Hirsute

ˈhɜː.sjuːt

Meanings of Hirsute:

adjective

Hairy.

Usage examples:

Their hirsute chests

Hirsutism

ˈhəːsjuːtɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Hirsutism:

noun

Abnormal growth of hair on a woman's face and body.

Usage examples:

If a woman has irregular menses, abrupt hair loss, hirsutism, or acne recurrence, an endocrine eval…

Hirundine

ˈhɪrʌndʌɪn

Meanings of Hirundine:

noun

A songbird of the swallow family ( hirundinidae ).

Meanings of Hirundinidae:

noun

A songbird of the swallow family (hirundinidae).

Usage examples:

In fact only during cool, wet or windy conditions will all the hirundines and the swift be found fe…

His

hɪz

Meanings of His:

possessive determiner

Belonging to or associated with a male person or animal previously mentioned or easily identified.

Usage examples:

James sold his business
possessive pronoun

Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with a male person or animal previously mentioned.

Usage examples:

He took my hand in his

His-holiness

ˈhəʊ.li.nəs

Meanings of His-holiness:

noun

The quality of being holy or pure

Usage examples:

This temple is a place of great holiness., we do not know the views of his holiness on the subject.

Meanings of Hispanic:

adjective

Relating to spain or to spanish-speaking countries, especially those of central and south america.

Usage examples:

We've seen things from vanuatu, the hispanic crosses in south america.
noun

A spanish-speaking person, especially one of latin american descent, living in the us.

Usage examples:

Riley says that few of those students are hispanics or african americans and he wants to see the nu…

Meanings of Hispanicize:

verb

Make spanish in form or character.

Usage examples:

His name was completely hispanicized

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