HIRE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
to infinitive We ought to hire a public relations consultant to help improve our image. Poor families don't' have enough money to hire good lawyers. I thought we might hire a motorboat and take a trip round the bay. It costs 1000 a week to hire the yacht, plus a 120 refundable deposit.
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