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recruiter

[ ri-kroo-ter ]
/ rɪˈkru tər /
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someone who engages in finding, attracting, or enlisting employees, new members, students, athletes, etc.:For all his failings as a head football coach, his predecessor had been an excellent recruiter, and many of his players were potential stars.If you are underage, a military recruiter will require your parents' permission before you can enlist.

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