What is recruitment

recruit (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
re | kru | tier | en, simple past: re | kru | tier | te, participle II: re | kru | tiert
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ʀekʀuˈtiːʀən], simple past: [ʀekʀuˈtiːɐ̯tə], participle II: [ʀekʀuˈtiːɐ̯t]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Attract people to something
2) military: Recruit people for military service
Synonyms:
1) recruit, attract, assemble
2) dig out, convene, move in
Application examples:
1) The company can make the team from its own workforce recruit.
2) The king let 20,000 soldiers recruit.
Derived words:
recruitment
2) recruit
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. recruit; you recruiting; he she it recruited
Simple past: I. recruited
Participle II: recruited
Subjunctive II: i recruited
Imperative: singular recruit!; Plural recruited!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

In an employment office in Belgrade recruit German recruiting nurses. Many worked hard to get to Germany. Who does it?
DIE ZEIT, 3rd September 2018

Semiconductor and car manufacturers are working together on the transport solutions of the future. Young talent recruit they also from the Hyperloop project and student racing teams.
sueddeutsche.de, October 26, 2018

With Ilse Junkermann, one of the few women at the head of a regional church will leave office in 2019 after ten years. It is now at least clear from which row their successors are recruit becomes.
Berliner Morgenpost, April 9, 2019

How the specialist media industry is targeting the next generation and recruit can, was the topic of this morning at the AWS conference in Mainz.
boersenblatt.net, May 8, 2019

In Chemnitz they mourn the loss of a Nazi, in Munich they arrange to meet for a street battle. And in Berlin recruit Old thugs hooligan offspring.
BILD.de, March 12, 2019

Military recruit artificial intelligence.
New Germany, April 27, 2020

Hospitals and cantons recruit Personnel for the big wave. And they pray that the borders will remain open.
NZZ, March 24, 2020

More and more Swiss are suffering from the corona virus. In order to be able to deal with the many cases recruit the hospitals are now volunteers.
20 minutes, March 15, 2020

To bridge staff shortages during the corona crisis, recruit Former workers in homes and clinics at the moment .. That is not entirely safe.
Augsburger Allgemeine, March 25, 2020

Criminal gangs are bullying many villages in Mexico's mountainous regions. The residents try to protect themselves with their own police units. Because the violence is increasing recruit they are now children too.
Spiegel Online, February 11, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / conjugations

Recruit Inflection - The conjugation of the verb recruit

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI am recruitingyou are recruitinghe / she / it is recruitingwe recruityou are recruitingthey are recruiting
Present Subjunctive I.I am recruitingyou are recruitinghe / she / it is recruitingwe recruityou are recruitingthey are recruiting
Past tense indicativeI recruitedyou are recruitinghe / she / it recruitedwe recruitedyou recruitedthey recruited
Past tense subjunctive III recruitedyou recruitedhe / she / it recruitedwe recruitedyou recruitedthey recruited
Perfect indicativeI have recruitedyou have recruitedhe / she / it has recruitedwe have recruitedyou have recruitedthey have recruited
Perfect subjunctive I.I have recruitedyou have recruitedhe / she / it has recruitedwe have recruitedyou have recruitedthey have recruited
Past perfect indicativeI had recruitedyou had recruitedhe / she / it had recruitedwe had recruitedyou had recruitedthey had recruited
Past perfect subjunctive III would have recruitedyou would have recruitedhe / she / it would have recruitedwe would have recruitedyou would have recruitedthey would have recruited
Future I indicativei will recruityou will recruithe / she / it is recruitingwe will recruityou will recruitthey will recruit
Future tense I subjunctivei will recruityou will recruithe / she / it will recruitwe will recruityou will recruitthey will recruit
Future tense I subjunctive III would recruityou would recruithe / she / it would recruitwe would recruityou would recruitthey would recruit
Future tense II indicativeI will have recruitedyou will have recruitedhe / she / it will have recruitedwe will have recruitedyou will have recruitedthey will have recruited
Future tense II subjunctive II will have recruitedyou will have recruitedhe / she / it will have recruitedwe will have recruitedyou will have recruitedthey will have recruited
Future II subjunctive III would have recruitedyou would have recruitedhe / she / it would have recruitedwe would have recruitedyou would have recruitedthey would have recruited

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • hire: Nautical: hire someone to work on board; Nautical: to take up duty on board; to win someone for a specific task
  • hire
  • recruit: trans. win by promoting a cause
  • appointed (to a chair): reflexively giving something as a reference, leaning on something; transitively give someone high office
  • employ: something occupies someone: something is a person's current activity; with emphasis on the occupying matter; reflexive, occupying oneself: concentrating one's attention on a thing or person; someone employs someone: give someone a job; someone occupies someone with something: giving someone something to do
  • things (out of date): upscale: recruit someone, let someone do a job for a fee (today mainly used in connection with criminal activities)
  • give an applicant a chance
  • to adjust: accept someone as an employee; Adjust technology; refl. prepare for something; to stop doing something (an activity); refl. to meet, come; choose; temporarily relieve someone of his office, suspend from service, from certain rights; construct it in such a way that it appears to merge with the building structure
  • engage: transitive: hire someone for a job or book a gig; reflexive: stand up for something, make strong for a cause
  • take in wages and bread (go., out of date)
  • contract
  • commit: transitive, to oblige someone to do something: to oblige someone to do something; reflexive, to commit oneself to something: make a binding commitment, take on a duty a) reflexive, especially military: voluntarily and contractually becoming a soldier for a longer period of time than compulsory military service requires; reflexive, to commit to someone: to bring someone into a loyalty or performance relationship to oneself (for example through advance payments to him)

Another word (synonym) for recruit - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "recruit":

advertise:… 1) advertise, advertise 2) broadcast: court 3) court, free, court 4) advertise, recruit Examples of use: 1) The broadcaster advertises a new product. 2) ...

Voting cattle: ... Politics, democracy Examples of use: 1) Party X is only concerned with recruiting voting cattle. 2) The decision has long been made, the MPs only serve ...

recruit: Recruiting, recruiting, recruiting, recruiting Translations French: recrue (female) Spanish: recluta Hungarian: újonc, regruta

Horror word: ... Spitzweg’s encyclopedias, from which the ideal classical music consumer seems to be recruited in the buyer profile, simply out of the question because of the reduced sound quality. "1)" It ...

inspect: decorate 3) recruit, (medically) examine Examples of use: 1) The newcomer to the pub was disapproved of by the old men


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