Definition of hirer in English:

hirer

noun

  • See hire

    • ‘DDI places itself between headhunters and hirers.’
    • ‘If they do it right, the nimble hirers could see a rise in market share and stock price.’
    • ‘In all cases the person engaged is hired to undertake a task on the hirer's behalf.’
    • ‘She may not be aware that we pay business rates to her Government out of our income from hirers.’
    • ‘But the debtor or hirer may have been prejudiced in some way by reason of this fact.’

Pronunciation

hirer

/ˈhʌɪərə/