hire

hire
{haiə}
I. 1. наем, наемане
on HIRE под наем
for HIRE под наем, свободен (знак на такси)
bicycles for HIRE велосипеди под наем
2. наем, заплащане, възнаграждение, заплата, прен. награда
II. 1. наемам, главявам, цаня
2. давам под наем (out)
3. to HIRE out ам. разг. постъпвам на служба (as като) (и refl)
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{haiъ} n 1. наем; наемане; on hire под наем; for hire под наем; свобод(2) {haiъ} v 1. наемам; главявам, цаня; 2. давам под наем (out);
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цаня; хващам; пазаря; заплащане; заемане; наем; наемане;
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1. bicycles for hire велосипеди под наем 2. for hire под наем, свободен (знак на такси) 3. i. наем, наемане 4. ii. наемам, главявам, цаня 5. on hire под наем 6. to hire out ам. разг. постъпвам на служба (as като) (и refl) 7. давам под наем (out) 8. наем, заплащане, възнаграждение, заплата, прен. награда
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hire[haiə] I. n 1. наем; наемане, заемане; to let out (on) \hire давам под наем; 'for \hire' свободен (знак за такси); cars for \hire коли под наем; \hire purchase покупка на изплащане; 2. наем; заплащане, възнаграждение; заплата; прен. награда; II. v 1. наемам, ангажирам; главявам, ценявам, вземам на работа; to \hire a clerk вземам служител; 2. давам под наем (out); 3. главявам се, пазарявам се (разг.) (out) (и refl to \hire o.s. out as).

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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