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        pìnqǐng, [聘請], to engage/to hire (a lawyer etc)
        zhāopìn, to invite applications for a job/to recruit
        pìn, to engage (a teacher etc)/to hire/to betroth/betrothal gift/to get married (of w...
        yìngpìn, [應聘], to accept a job offer/to apply for an advertised position
        pìnyòng, to employ/to hire
        jiěpìn, to dismiss an employee/to sack
        shòupìn, hired (for employment)/invited (e.g. to lecture)/engaged (for a task)/(in olden ...
        zhāopìnhuì, [招聘會], recruitment meeting/job fair
        pìnrèn, to appoint (to a position)/appointed
        pìnshū, [聘書], letter of appointment/contract
        pìnlǐ, [聘禮], betrothal gift
        pìnjīn, betrothal money (given to the bride's family)
        xiàpìn, to send the betrothal gifts/(fig.) to conclude a marriage
        fǎnpìn, to re-hire retired personnel
        shòupìnyú, to be employed at
        yìngpìnzhě, [應聘者], person taking a job/job applicant/CL:位[wèi]
        yánpìn, to hire/to employ/to engage
        yánpìnzhāolǎn, [延聘招攬], to enlist the services of sb
        zhēngpìn, [徵聘], to invite job applications/to recruit
        zhāopìnxiétiáorén, [招聘協調人], recruiting coordinator
        zhāopìnjīgòu, [招聘機構], recruiting agency
        zhāopìnzhě, prospective employer/person advertising a job/recruiter
        nàpìn, [納聘], to pay bride-price (payment to the bride's family in former times)
        huǎnpìn, [緩聘], to defer employment/to put off hiring
        pìnqǔhūn, formal betrothal (in which the boy's family sends presents to the girl's family)
        pìnwèn, [聘問], international exchange of visits/to visit as envoy/to visit as family representa...
        chéngpìn, [誠聘], to seek to recruit/to invite job applications from
        gāoxīnpìnqǐng, [高薪聘請], to hire at a high salary

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