Definition of hire out
1 chiefly British : to allow someone to use (something) in exchange for money : rent The hotel hires out boats to guests.
2 US, informal : to take a job : to work for wages or a salary She hired out as a cook. He's a teacher most of the year, but in the summer he hires himself out as a tour guide.
Word by Word Definitions
: payment for the temporary use of something
: payment for labor or personal services : wages
: the act or an instance of hiring (see 2hire)
: to engage the personal services of for a set sum
: to engage the temporary use of for a fixed sum
: to grant the personal services of or temporary use of for a fixed sum
: in a direction away from the inside or center
: from among others
: eject, oust
: to identify publicly as being such secretly
: to identify as being a closet homosexual
: used as a function word to indicate an outward movement
: situated outside : external
: situated at a distance : outlying
: one who is out of office or power or on the outside
: an act or instance of putting a player out or of being put out in baseball
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