[ US /ɹəˈkɹut, ɹiˈkɹut, ɹɪˈkɹut/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪkɹˈuːt/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪkɹˈuːt/ ]
- any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
- a recently enlisted soldier
seek to employ
The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants
register formally as a participant or member
The party recruited many new members
cause to assemble or enlist in the military
recruit new soldiers
raise an army
How To Use recruit In A Sentence
- Having drop-dead gorgeous, private, windowed offices makes it a lot easier to recruit the kinds of superstars that produce ten times as much as the merely brilliant software developers.
- Recruit rich white republicunts (carpetbaggers) to swoop in and scoop-up "devalued" (seized from still-exiled owners) properties and change the entire complexion (race, income, politics, everyfuckingthing) of the ENTIRE GREATER NEW ORLEANS AREA. Your Right Hand Thief
- Ten years ago he was a Dundee University drop out whose career encompassed labouring, recruitment consultancy and a rock band.
- Direct Mail One of the most effective ways to recruit and encourage members and supporters is by direct mail.
- Before anyone says that this was going to happen anyway, remember that political pros were saying two years ago that Napolitano was a one term fluke, early this year Republicans were salivating about a possible 2/3 majority House and Senate, and it took some foresight to see that a decent candidate could be recruited to take out J. Archive 2006-12-01
- Then they recruited him (not their first choice, incidentally) to do the donkey work.
- Waterford Chamber of Commerce are fully aware of the difficulties that its members are experiencing in recruiting suitable employees.
- In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas, vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.
- They joined, just like Gordon, during the army recruitment drive.
- New recruits undergo six weeks' basic training at this naval base.