recruiter

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recruit +‎ -er

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recruiter (plural recruiters)

  1. Agent noun of recruit; one who recruits, particularly one employed to recruit others.
    The army recruiter promised that I'd see the world and learn useful skills if I enlisted.
    • 2021 June 2, “Network News: Local provider to train new recruits”, in RAIL, number 932, page 19:
      BBV expects to be one of the biggest recruiters in the region over the next two years.

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