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recruit

US [rɪˈkrut]
UK [rɪˈkruːt]
  • n.新兵;新警员;新成员
  • v.吸收(新成员);征募(新兵);动员…(提供帮助);(通过招募)组成
  • Web招聘;招收;补充
Simple Present:recruits  Present Participle:recruiting  Past Tense:recruited  
recruit
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sb) (to sth).~ sb to do sth
吸收(新成员);征募(新兵)to find new people to join a company, an organization, the armed forces, etc.
The police are trying to recruit more officers from ethnic minorities.
警察机关正试图从少数民族中征募更多的新警员。
They recruited several new members to the club.
他们吸收了几名新成员进入俱乐部。
He's responsible for recruiting at all levels.
他负责各级征募工作。
2.
[t]
~ sb to do sth
动员…(提供帮助)to persuade sb to do sth, especially to help you
We were recruited to help peel the vegetables.
我们被找来帮着给蔬菜去皮。
3.
[t]
~ sth
(通过招募)组成,组建to form a new army, team, etc. by persuading new people to join it
to recruit a task force
组建特遣部队
n.
1.
新兵;新警员a person who has recently joined the armed forces or the police
the training of new recruits
新兵训练
He spoke of us scornfully as raw recruits(= people without training or experience) .
他轻蔑地称我们是新兵娃娃。
2.
新成员a person who joins an organization, a company, etc.
attempts to attract new recruits to the nursing profession
吸引新成员加入护理行业的努力

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