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hire

1. 
a. the act of hiring or the state of being hired
b. (as modifier): a hire car
2. 
a. the price paid or payable for a person's services or the temporary use of something
b. (as modifier): the hire charge
3. for or on hire available for service or temporary use in exchange for payment
References in classic literature ?
The boat you hire up the river above Marlow is not the sort of boat in which you can flash about and give yourself airs.
Master Hugh then refused to allow me to hire my time longer.
But I can't remember your iver offering to hire a wagoner with a mole, Mr.
an' so you did hire him, an' if he hadn't died o' th' inflammation, as we paid Dr.
Hire was always charged up to the hour of return to the shop and deducted from the deposit.
I must then hire another to defend my right, it being against all rules of law that any man should be allowed to speak for himself.
You commission a messenger, who hires in your name the whole of the town of Havre, without considering the members of the French court, who would be sure to arrive here to meet Madame.
The spokesperson of the company shared more details of this offered service, according to which, the interested customers can hire one or more developers from Elision Technolab on full time, part time or hourly basis.
They make their money by filling positions at the organizations that hire them, not by placing you somewhere.
First, because it is hosted on edZapp's server, she didn't need have to hire IT people or purchase any hardware or software.
She can hire two now, or can hire one with the option of hiring an additional person later, if the volume warrants it.