American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Slang To lay off or otherwise terminate (an employee): "[When] top executives . . . are dehired, headhunters get nervous. It's not the way they like to see new business develop” ( Forbes).
- v. transitive, euphemistic To terminate the employment of.
- v. transitive, UK, India To terminate use under a lease of.
- de- + hire (Wiktionary)
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