English version

recruit in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrecruitre‧cruit1 /rɪˈkruːt/ ●●○ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]BESSO to find new people to work in a company, join an organization, do a job etc We’re having difficulty recruiting enough qualified staff. Many government officials were recruited from private industry.2 [intransitive, transitive]PM to get people to join the army, navy etcconscript Most of the men in the village were recruited that day.3 [transitive]PERSUADE to persuade someone to do something for yourecruit somebody to do something I recruited three of my friends to help me move.recruiter noun [countable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
recruitThere were others who would have to be recruited.We're not recruiting at the moment.Quintas told police he was recruited by a man in Brighton who has not been traced.It's getting more and more difficult to recruit experienced staff.The 10-player team is recruited from a student body of 96, only 42 of which are girls.For the controlled study on drinking habits, we recruited men between 35 and 45.The police department is trying to recruit more black officers.The Young Adventurers are trying to recruit more girls.Efforts to recruit more men to the priesthood have not been successful.The person who recruited Nowak, or who had been recruited by him, would be trembling with anticipation.Great Groups are headed by people confident enough to recruit people better than themselves.If you recruit under pressure because you are short of people, you will recruit apes.recruit somebody to do somethingWe recruited a few of our friends to help us move.