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hiree

[ hahyuhr-ee ]
/ ˌhaɪərˈi /
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noun
a person whose services have been engaged for wages or other payment:The new hirees are currently in training, but they will not be ready to hit the trails until later this year.
a person who has engaged something for temporary use:Loading and unloading of the truck is to be arranged by the hiree.On completion of the event, the hiree shall ensure that all lights and heating or cooling units are turned off, and that the room is secured.
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