[ UK /hˈa‍ɪ‍əɹɐ/ ]
  1. a person responsible for hiring workers
    the boss hired three more men for the new job
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How To Use hirer In A Sentence

  • In all cases the person engaged is hired to undertake a task on the hirer's behalf.
  • He reasoned that hirers and owners should hold the same power, else the entire system of slavery would crumble.
  • He's a big hirer, capable of delivering jarring tackles.
  • Not only did Riefenstahl not work for Shirer, Shirer didn't work for Movietone -- the newsreel companies were owned by the film studios, not the radio networks. DBTL 51B: City of Shadows - Intervention
  • Joint hirees are jointly and severally liable to the hirer, except otherwise agreed by the parties.
  • I can think of a few who would be perfect for the part but I also like it when they hirer new comers to play roles. Twilight Lexicon » Poll: Which vamps do you want to see in Breaking Dawn
  • Once you have signed up, you search for roles which sound of interest to you and you then either contact the hirer – or you put your bid in for how much you will do the job for. Getting Paid to Write. « Write Anything
  • Importantly, hirers of house keeping services are spared from the risk of appointing housemaids or servants, whose trustworthiness is a moot point now-a-days.
  • The year before, I'd left the company I'd worked for for over five years and hung out my own shingle, much to the uhhh... consternation of my now former boss and hirer. Binky Philips: Interviewing Pink Floyd, Dining With Tony Bennett, and Getting Advice From an Undercover Cop
  • She may not be aware that we pay business rates to her Government out of our income from hirers.
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