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Pronunciation of Hire: Learn how to pronounce Hire in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word hire:

[with object]
1chiefly British obtain the temporary use of (something) for an agreed payment:
we flew to San Diego, hired a car, and headed for Las Vegas
(hire something out) grant the temporary use of something for an agreed payment:
most train stations hire out cycles
2employ (someone) for wages:
management hired and fired labour in line with demand
employ for a short time to do a particular job:
Wilmot hired a private detective to follow him
(as adjective hired)
a hired assassin
(hire oneself out) make oneself available for temporary employment:
the young husbands had to hire themselves out to distant farmers every summer
1 [mass noun] the action of hiring someone or something:
car hire is recommended
[as modifier]:
a hire charge
2chiefly North American a person who is hired; an employee:
new hires go through six months of training
for (or on) hire
available to be hired.
(US also hirable) adjective
Old English hȳrian ’employ someone for wages’, hȳr ‘payment under contract for the use of something’, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch huren (verb), huur (noun)