Discussion in 'العربية (Arabic)' started by ramadanmalah, Jan 9, 2013.
ما معنى hires في هذه الجملة
* uses to teach Qt to its own new hires
hire(s) = worker(s), employee(s) = عامل - عمال
(hiree(s) - with a double -ee, is now used more commonly that hire(s)....probably to fit in with "employee(s)"
I've never seen 'hiree' - I wouldn't assume it's acceptable in British English.
New hires = الموظفين الجدد ، التعيينات الجديدة
1. See “hiree” in 3d paragraph. (USA newspaper)
2. See online British publication below. In the 1st paragraph they use “hire”…..in the 2nd paragraph, they use “hiree”:
3. However, I can't find it in any online dictionary.....but I know it's used widely especially in spoken English.
thank you very much
Separate names with a comma.