Definitions

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  • transitive verb To hire again.

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  • verb to hire again

Etymologies

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re- +‎ hire

Examples

  • The rehire is the most qualified person for a job.

    The Seattle Times

  • When he said "rehire" he didn't mean that the people retiring from the federal government shouldn't be rehired for other jobs.

    Poll: Rudy Dropping In Multiple Voter Groups As Religion Shakes Up GOP Primary

  • Voters will decide whether to "rehire" Obama two years from now.

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  • Some directors of recruiting expect to "rehire" the throngs of recruiters that were laid-off following the collapse of the dot-com bubble and the recessionary gap that followed, but little has been done to figure out if that workforce will return.

    ERE.net

  • Some directors of recruiting expect to "rehire" the throngs of recruiters that were laid-off following the collapse of the dot-com bubble and the recessionary gap that followed, but little has been done to figure out if that workforce will return.

    ERE.net

  • Some directors of recruiting expect to "rehire" the throngs of recruiters that were laid-off following the collapse of the dot-com bubble and the recessionary gap that followed, but little has been done to figure out if that workforce will return.

    ERE.net

  • Some directors of recruiting expect to "rehire" the throngs of recruiters that were laid-off following the collapse of the dot-com bubble and the recessionary gap that followed, but little has been done to figure out if that workforce will return.

    ERE.net

  • Alsman, 49, was considered a "rehire" entitled to $5,750 in severance instead of $69,000.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • Alsman, 49, was considered a "rehire" entitled to $5,750 in severance instead of $69,000.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • Alsman, 49, was considered a "rehire" entitled to $5,750 in severance instead of $69,000.

    BusinessWeek.com --

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