hire

hire
hire [ˈhaɪər]
1. noun
(British = act of hiring) location f
• for hire [car, boat, building] à louer ; [taxi] libre
• on hire en location
• car/ski hire location f de voitures/de skis
2. transitive verb
   a. (British) ( = rent) louer
• a hired car une voiture de location
   b. ( = employ) [+ person] embaucher
• a hired killer un tueur à gages
3. intransitive verb
embaucher
4. compounds
► hire car noun (British) voiture f de location
► hire purchase noun (British) achat m à crédit
• on hire purchase à crédit
► hire out separable transitive verb
   a. (British) ( = rent out) louer
   b. (US) he hires himself out as a gardener il loue ses services comme jardinier
* * *
['haɪə(r)] 1.
noun location f

car hire — location de voitures

to let something out on hire — louer quelque chose

for hire — [boat, skis] à louer; [taxi] libre

2.
noun modifier [car, charge, firm] de location
3.
transitive verb louer [equipment]; engager [person]

English-French dictionary. 2013.

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