Definition of recruit in English:
- Such a policy would make it easier to recruit soldiers and officers because their pay would be more competitive with the civilian market.
- Despite some less than optimistic predictions, we have recruited the right soldiers and kept the best and brightest troops in the Army so we can match the right faces to the correct places.
- The Army has learned through painful experience and proudly proclaims that it recruits soldiers, but retains families.
- The state tolerated this situation, for it enabled it to recruit the army and raise taxes directly from the peasantry, without intermediaries.
- And conscription was only used to recruit the militia, a reserve army never now mobilized except in wartime.
- For now he's working behind the scenes, trying to build up a $250,000 war chest and recruit an army of campaigners.
- Turnover is the exception, and openings are promptly filled when they occur, often by candidates recruited by current staff members.
- Waterford Chamber of Commerce are fully aware of the difficulties that its members are experiencing in recruiting suitable employees.
- With my health clubs, the most effective marketing has always been to reward members for recruiting their friends, family and work colleagues.
- Schoolchildren have been recruited to persuade rail passengers that there is nothing funny about ‘leaves on the line’.
- They have been recruited to persuade citizens to report local villains.
- To combat this, they are hoping to recruit dentists to do only NHS work.
- Exercising moderately for 30 to 45 minutes seems to be just right in terms of recruiting the maximum number of lymphocytes.
- If you're strong in the pull-up, add a weighted belt to recruit both strength and muscle size.
- These are all multijoint movements that recruit a maximum number of muscle fibers, leading to an increase in anabolic-hormone production.
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- The intention is to influence many of those new recruits into becoming Army Reserve officers.
- This program allows qualified civilian recruits to enlist specifically for Special Forces training.
- This archive consists of hundreds of images of naked men, presumably fresh conscripts and army recruits, taken for an unknown kind of ethnographic exercise.
- On the other hand, every pastor affirmed that if church members or new recruits are known to have AIDS they will be supported and treated well within the church.
- The answer lies in the fact that, while the Advisory Council may be a recent creation, its members are not new recruits.
- We had no reports of recent antibiotic use and no reports of lice among the family members of recruits during the trial.
- Example sentences
- We went through a number of different designs and got input from focus groups of recruitable people, and this was the design that best conveyed the message we were trying to get out.
- Next day he's washed up on a beach, still alive, conveniently suffering from amnesia, and is taken to a small town, called Lawson, where just about every youth of recruitable age was killed in the war.
- It's true that the better you train your people, the more recruitable they are.
Mid 17th century (in the senses 'fresh body of troops' and 'supplement the numbers in a group'): from obsolete French dialect recrute, based on Latin recrescere 'grow again', from re- 'again' + crescere 'grow'.
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