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

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word hire:

verb
[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
noun
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
Phrases
for (or on) hire
available to be hired.
Derivatives
hireable
(US also hirable) adjective
hirer
noun
Origin:
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)