take (someone) on

take (someone) on

Definition: to employ someone.
(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)
E.g.1: The company is doing so well that we’ll have to take on more staff.
E.g.2: They took me on as a part-time worker, but now I’ve been given a full-time contract.
This phrasal verb can be separated (E.g. 2).

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