Romanian English Dictionary

limba română - English

personal in English:

1. staff staff

hotel staff
A staff is used to help steady yourself when walking, much like a cane.
If you're with me as a staff officer then I need you to bring a sense of danger with you to your work.
The staff at the company tried to cover up the truth, but soon it came to light.
Rules in connection with staff selection are set as follows.
The staff in that restaurant gave us a very good impression.
There is a matter that we would like to discuss urgently regarding club activities, so please come to the staff room.
They contacted the station staff but the man had left the area and gone out through the ticket barrier.
How many staff members filed to change departments?
I don't like running down members of the staff, but he's the rudest man I've met.
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
The newest staff members get all the donkey work when they're at the bottom of the ladder.
Please inform the staff that there will be a meeting tomorrow at 9.30 am in the conference room.
There are five members of staff at this private language school: four teachers and one secretary.
The ambulance staff told me exactly what to do.

English word "personal"(staff) occurs in sets:

1000 most important Romanian nouns 251 - 300
Business English for Romanian speakers 1 - 50

2. personnel personnel

The personnel of the air company is well trained.
We recently discovered an error in your personnel record.
Our personnel are very highly educated.
Hello, is this the personnel department?
The rest of the personnel were fired without notice.
All personnel must sign out when they leave the building.
There is enough food and water for the personnel.
Civil personnel must leave the base in case of emergency.
Military personnel are prime targets of car salespeople.
Mr Yamada is in charge of the personnel section.
It goes back, Personnel Officer Paula Grayson told us, to the way many employers used to pay their employees a hundred years ago.