hirable

[hahyuhr-uh-buhl]
adjective
able to be hired; fit for hiring.
Also, hireable.


Origin:
1860–65; hire + -able

hirability, noun
unhirable, adjective
unhireable, adjective
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hire (ˈhaɪə)
 
vb (foll by out)
1.  to acquire the temporary use of (a thing) or the services of (a person) in exchange for payment
2.  to employ (a person) for wages
3.  (often foll by out) to provide (something) or the services of (oneself or others) for an agreed payment, usually for an agreed period
4.  chiefly (Brit) to pay independent contractors for (work to be done)
 
n
5.  a.  the act of hiring or the state of being hired
 b.  (as modifier): a hire car
6.  a.  the price paid or payable for a person's services or the temporary use of something
 b.  (as modifier): the hire charge
7.  for hire, on hire available for service or temporary use in exchange for payment
 
[Old English hӯrian; related to Old Frisian hēra to lease, Middle Dutch hūren]
 
'hirable
 
adj
 
'hireable
 
adj
 
'hirer
 
n

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Example sentences
They are looking to continue their education to make themselves more hirable.
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