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Recruit vs. Recruitment

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Recruitnoun

A supply of anything wasted or exhausted; a reinforcement.

Recruitmentnoun

The process or art of finding candidates for a post in an organization, or recruits for the armed forces.

Recruitnoun

A person enlisted for service in the army; a newly enlisted soldier.

Recruitmentnoun

A style or process of recruiting.

Recruitnoun

A hired worker

‘These new recruits were hired after passing the interviews’;

Recruitmentnoun

The addition of new recruits to a population.

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Recruitnoun

A new adult or breeding-age member of a certain population.

Recruitmentnoun

(physiology) The full aeration of a lung.

Recruitverb

To enroll or enlist new members or potential employees on behalf of an employer, organization, sports team, the military, etc.

‘We need to recruit more admin staff to deal with the massive surge in popularity of our products’;

Recruitmentnoun

The act or process of recruiting; especially, the enlistment of men for an army.

Recruitverb

To supply with new men, as an army; to fill up or make up by enlistment; also, to muster

‘the army was recruited for a campaign’; ‘they were looking to recruit two thousand troops for battle’;

Recruitmentnoun

the act of getting recruits; enlisting people for the army (or for a job or a cause etc.)

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Recruitverb

(archaic) To replenish, renew, or reinvigorate by fresh supplies; to remedy a lack or deficiency in.

Recruitment

Recruitment refers to the overall process of identifying, attracting, screening, shortlisting, and interviewing suitable candidates for jobs (either permanent or temporary) within an organization. Recruitment can also refer to processes involved in choosing individuals for unpaid roles.

Recruitverb

To become an adult or breeding-age member of a population.

Recruitverb

(biochemistry) To prompt a protein, leucocyte. etc. to intervene in a given region of the body.

Recruitverb

To recuperate; to gain health, flesh, spirits, or the like.

‘Lean cattle recruit in fresh pastures.’; ‘Go to the country to recruit.’;

Recruitverb

To repair by fresh supplies, as anything wasted; to remedy lack or deficiency in; as, food recruits the flesh; fresh air and exercise recruit the spirits.

‘Her cheeks glow the brighter, recruiting their color.’;

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Recruitverb

Hence, to restore the wasted vigor of; to renew in strength or health; to reinvigorate.

Recruitverb

To supply with new men, as an army; to fill up or make up by enlistment; as, he recruited two regiments; the army was recruited for a campaign; also, to muster; to enlist; as, he recruited fifty men.

Recruitverb

To gain new supplies of anything wasted; to gain health, flesh, spirits, or the like; to recuperate; as, lean cattle recruit in fresh pastures.

Recruitverb

To gain new supplies of men for military or other service; to raise or enlist new soldiers; to enlist troops.

Recruitnoun

A supply of anything wasted or exhausted; a reënforcement.

‘The state is to have recruits to its strength, and remedies to its distempers.’;

Recruitnoun

Specifically, a man enlisted for service in the army; a newly enlisted soldier.

Recruitnoun

a recently enlisted soldier

Recruitnoun

any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)

Recruitverb

register formally as a participant or member;

‘The party recruited many new members’;

Recruitverb

seek to employ;

‘The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants’;

Recruitverb

cause to assemble or enlist in the military;

‘raise an army’; ‘recruit new soldiers’;

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