hire

hire
1. verb
1) ((often with from) to get the use of by paying money: He's hiring a car (from us) for the week.) alquilar
2) ((often with out) to give (someone) the use of in exchange for money: Will you hire me your boat for the week-end?; Does this firm hire out cars?) alquilar
3) ((especially American) to employ (a workman etc): They have hired a team of labourers to dig the road.) contratar

2. noun
((money paid for) hiring: Is this hall for hire?; How much is the hire of the hall?; We don't own this crane - it's on hire.) alquiler
- hire-purchase
hire1 n alquiler
the hire of the car was £120 el alquiler del coche eran 120 libras
hire2 vb
1. alquilar
we hired a car to see the island alquilamos un coche para ver la isla
2. contratar
we hired a photographer for the wedding contratamos a un fotógrafo para la boda
El gerundio de hire se escribe hiring
hire
tr['haɪəSMALLr/SMALL]
noun
1 alquiler nombre masculino
in-line skates for hire se alquilan patines en línea
taxi for hire taxi libre
transitive verb
1 (rent) alquilar
we hired a sailing boat alquilamos un velero
2 (employ) contratar
he hired five workers contrató cinco trabajadores
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
car hire alquiler nombre masculino de coches
hire purchase compra a plazos
hire ['haɪr] vt, hired ; hiring
1) employ: contratar, emplear
2) rent: alquilar, arrendar
hire n
1) rent: alquiler m
for hire: se alquila
2) wages: paga f, sueldo m
3) employee: empleado m, -da f
hire
n.
alquiler s.m.
arriendo s.m.
salario s.m.
sueldo s.m.
v.
ajustar v.
alquilar v.
arrendar v.
asalariar v.
asoldar v.
contratar v.
fletar v.
tomar en arriendo v.

I haɪr, 'haɪə(r)
transitive verb
1)
a) \<\<hall/boat/suit\>\> alquilar, arrendar*
b) (Busn, Lab Rel) \<\<staff/person\>\> contratar
c) hired past p

hired hand — jornalero, -ra m,f

hired killer o assassin — asesino, -na m,f a sueldo, sicario, -ria m,f

a hired car — un coche alquilado

2) hire out 1)
Phrasal Verbs:

II
mass noun
1) (of hall/car/suit) alquiler m, arriendo m

have you any bikes for hire? — ¿alquilan or arriendan bicicletas?

for hire — se alquila or se arrienda; (on taxis) libre; (before n) (esp BrE)

hire car — coche m de alquiler

hire charge — alquiler m, arriendo m

2) (payment) alquiler m, arriendo m
['haɪǝ(r)]
1.
VT [+ car, house] alquilar, arrendar (LAm); [+ employee] contratar

they hired a lawyer — contrataron a un abogado

hired hand — jornalero(-a) m / f , enganchado(-a) m / f

hired assassin or killer — asesino(-a) m / f a sueldo

hired car — coche m de alquiler

2.
VI

she's in charge of hiring and firing at the company — es la encargada de contratar y despedir al personal en la empresa

3.
N [of car] alquiler m , arriendo m (LAm); [of person] salario m , jornal m

for hire — se alquila or (LAm) arrienda; (on taxi) libre

to be on hire — estar de alquiler

we've got it on hire for a week — lo tenemos alquilado para una semana

4.
CPD

hire car N(Brit) coche m de alquiler

hire charges NPL — tarifa fsing de alquiler

hire purchase N(Brit) compra f a plazos

to buy sth on hire purchase — comprar algo a plazos

hire purchase agreement N — acuerdo m de compra a plazos

hire purchase finance company N — compañía f de crédito comercial

* * *

I [haɪr, 'haɪə(r)]
transitive verb
1)
a) \<\<hall/boat/suit\>\> alquilar, arrendar*
b) (Busn, Lab Rel) \<\<staff/person\>\> contratar
c) hired past p

hired hand — jornalero, -ra m,f

hired killer o assassin — asesino, -na m,f a sueldo, sicario, -ria m,f

a hired car — un coche alquilado

2) hire out 1)
Phrasal Verbs:

II
mass noun
1) (of hall/car/suit) alquiler m, arriendo m

have you any bikes for hire? — ¿alquilan or arriendan bicicletas?

for hire — se alquila or se arrienda; (on taxis) libre; (before n) (esp BrE)

hire car — coche m de alquiler

hire charge — alquiler m, arriendo m

2) (payment) alquiler m, arriendo m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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