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to recruit

Definition (British English)

recruit
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

recruit
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recruit
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recruit
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sich erholen

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sich, erholen
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recruit to/intoLast post 27 Aug 04, 15:19
Ist to oder into richtig? Oder geht beides? Der konkrete Satz: Protein XY has the potential …2 Replies
recruitLast post 23 Oct 06, 22:16
"recruit coactivators" Das Wort befindet sich in einem medizinischem Kontext. Vielleicht kan…2 Replies
recruitLast post 29 Feb 08, 15:44
hSPT5 also recruits and stimulates the 5' capping enzyme. Es geht hier um Transkription in …2 Replies
recruit etc. - der Rekrut / die Rekrutin pl. = die RekrutenLast post 16 Mar 20, 19:08
https://dict.leo.org/german-english/rekruthttps://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/RekrutinNomin…1 Replies
new-recruit cohortLast post 11 May 16, 11:50
At many companies, the men in the new-recruit cohort are more helpful to their women colleag…3 Replies
stage a rally - Kurse erholen sichLast post 26 Oct 07, 14:10
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um Mitglieder werben - to recruit members?Last post 15 Jun 11, 16:16
eine NGO, wie zum Beispiel WWF, Amnesty International, 4 Pfoten etc. "wirbt" um neue Mitglie…2 Replies
to recruit disparate teamsLast post 05 Nov 12, 22:50
heißt das: ungleiche Teams vereinen? Ganzer Satz (aus der New York Times): Mr. Romney has …2 Replies
recruit for new staff/recruit new staffLast post 11 Sep 10, 12:02
recruit for new staff recruit new staff Which one is better in a management proposal as a t…1 Replies
Erholung /erholenLast post 26 Jun 03, 13:07
Ich habe mich im Urlaub gut erholt Naturparke dienen der Erholung Gibt es ein Wort, das die…3 Replies
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