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Noun
/riˈkro͞otmənt/,
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The action of enlisting new people in the armed forces,
  1. The action of enlisting new people in the armed forces

  2. The action of finding new people to join an organization or support a cause
    • - the recruitment of nurses
  3. The increase in a natural population as progeny grow and immigrants arrive

  4. The incorporation into a tissue or region of cells from elsewhere in the body


  1. the act of getting recruits; enlisting people for the army (or for a job or a cause etc.)
  2. (recruit) a recently enlisted soldier
  3. (recruit) enroll: register formally as a participant or member; "The party recruited many new members"
  4. (recruit) any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
  5. (recruit) seek to employ; "The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants"
  6. (recruit) cause to assemble or enlist in the military; "raise an army"; "recruit new soldiers"
  7. Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job at an organization or firm. ...
  8. In biology, recruitment occurs when juvenile organisms survive to be added to a population. The term is generally used to refer to a stage whereby the organisms are settled and able to be detected by an observer.
  9. Exaptation, cooption, and preadaptation are related terms referring to shifts in the function of a trait during evolution. For example, a trait can evolve because it served one particular function, but subsequently it may come to serve another. ...
  10. (Recruiting (athletics)) In college athletics, recruiting is the term used for the process whereby college coaches add new players to their roster of student-athletes each off-season. ...
  11. (The Recruit) The Recruit is a 2003 spy thriller film directed by Roger Donaldson. The film stars Colin Farrell, Al Pacino, and Bridget Moynahan.
  12. (The Recruit (Dad's Army)) The Recruit is the seventh episode of the sixth series of the British television sitcom Dad's Army that was originally transmitted on 12 December 1973.
  13. The process or art of finding candidates for a post in an organization, or of recruits for the armed forces; A style or process of recruiting
  14. (recruit) A supply of anything wasted or exhausted; a reinforcement; A man enlisted for service in the army; a newly enlisted soldier; A hired worker; To make an attempt to enroll or enlist new members or potential employees on behalf of an employer, organization, sports team, military, etc; To ...
  15. (Recruit) For purposes of FastWave’s Conflict of Interest Policy (Section 4.8), the term “recruit” means actual or attempted solicitation, enrollment, encouragement, or effort to influence in any other way, either directly or through a third party, another FastWave IBO to enroll or participate ...
  16. (recruit) to look for and employ personnel - recruitment n.
  17. (RECRUIT) This term was used for privates who joined the regiment after it had initially mustered in to US Service. ...
  18. (RECRUIT) State's job posting system that combines PMIS data with data provided by agencies to produce descriptions of vacant positions for which the state is currently recruiting.
  19. (Recruit (recruitment)) usually, a fish that has just become susceptible to the fishery; for example, a recruit to the Australian southern bluefin tuna surface fishery is one to two years old, whereas a recruit to the Japanese longline fishery is three to four years old. ...
  20. (Recruit) A student-athlete is considered a recruit when he/she engages in off-campus, in-person contact with a coach; receives a telephone call from a coach more than once; is issued a National Letter of Intent from a prospective school; or makes an official visit to a prospective school.
  21. (Recruit) An individual who has been accepted by the military and has signed the enlistment contract.
  22. (Recruit) Requirement - attained by playing one game
  23. (Recruit) new soldier in training; esp. basic training; was description of lowest rank, which is now simply Private
  24. (recruit) 1. (verb) To enlist new people to participate (usually, to work for) a business. 2. (noun) A person newly hired by a business.
  25. Recruiting is any solicitation of student-athlete or a student-athlete’s relatives (or legal guardians) by an institutional staff member or by a representative of the institution’s athletics interests for the purpose of securing the student-athlete’s enrollment and ultimate participation in the ...