hirer

hirer
hire VERB 1) chiefly Brit. obtain the temporary use of (something) in return for payment. 2) (hire out) grant the temporary use of (something) in return for payment. 3) employ for wages. 4) obtain the temporary services of (someone) to do a particular job.
NOUN 1) the action of hiring. 2) N. Amer. a recently recruited employee.
for (or on) hire — Cf. ↑on hire
DERIVATIVES hireable (US also hirable) adjective hirer noun.
ORIGIN Old English.

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