Definition of personnel in English:
1People employed in an organization or engaged in an organized undertaking such as military service: many of the personnel involved require training sales personnel
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- Bonuses require military personnel to make a commitment to serve for a specified time.
- There is also the phenomenon of US military personnel posting their own personal blogs.
- There are little villages set up in the training area, and military personnel are tasked to play civilians.
1.1 short for personnel department.
- For some organizations, the management of personnel can be seen as just one other asset to be managed.
- She was transferred to the personnel and administrative department but given no work.
- The ministry used to have only a few units, such as personnel and resources offices.
Early 19th century: from French (adjective used as a noun), contrasted with matériel 'equipment or materials used in an organization or undertaking'.
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