hire out


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Verb1.hire out - grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee; "We rent out our apartment to tourists every year"; "He hired himself out as a cook"
loan, lend - give temporarily; let have for a limited time; "I will lend you my car"; "loan me some money"
Translations

w>hire out

vt sep (esp Brit) → vermieten, verleihen
vi (US) → sich verdingen
References in periodicals archive ?
Lee Vipond, who is originally from Old Swan in Liverpool, started the company with his wife Amy just less than two years ago, said: "We already hire out all kinds of bars, both mobile and static, for all kinds of events across a wide area of the UK, including the Midlands, London, Oxfordshire, Cheshire and North Wales.
As part of its Dress Me Up charity, Topshop is auctioning celebrities' dresses.They were donated in December to hire out but now the party season is over, frocks will be sold in aid of Age Concern and Help the Aged.