1. to rent
I'd like to rent a car.
I would like to rent a family car.
I'll hire whoever he recommends.
He will hire someone who speaks English.
If he's fluent in English, I'll hire him.
With your experience, any company would hire you right away.
Many people hire accountants to help them with their tax returns.
When we started out, our band could only find small clubs in small cities that would hire us.
When we started out in 2008, we wrote down a list of people that we wanted to hire, then went out and hired them.
When I got out of prison, I couldn't find a job anywhere near my home since no one would hire an ex-con.
Why don't we fire everyone and hire a group of new people?
I would like to hire a car.
Hire a minivan by the hour.
As the baby was born, the Tanakas had to hire a part-timer.
To hire a good lawyer? Al-Sayib asked.
City firms vied with each other to hire the brightest young staff.
Is it a good idea to hire former hackers to work as security professionals?
English word "alquiler"(renting) occurs in sets:society and living standards