Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to recruit

ergänzen (Vorräte etc.)
(Mitglieder) werben
Personal einstellen
rekrutieren [mil.] (Rekruten einziehen)
einstellen (Personal)
rekrutieren [i. w. S.] (Leute, Mitarbeiter etc.)
Rekruten einziehen [mil.]
Rekruten ausheben [mil.]
(zum Militärdienst) heranziehen [mil.]
heranziehen [i. w. S.] (Leute, Personal)
werben (Mitglieder)
erneuern (auffrischen, ergänzen [Vorräte etc.])
anwerben (Mitglieder, Personal)
auffrischen (Vorräte etc.)
auffüllen (Vorräte)
wieder auffüllen (Vorräte)
wiederauffüllen (Vorräte)
wieder auffrischen (Vorräte etc.)
wiederauffrischen (Vorräte etc.)
erneuern (Kräfte)
erfrischen (Stimmung)
wieder erfrischen (Stimmung)
(wieder) versorgen


However, she had, no doubt, considered that it would be all to her advantage that I should be left perfectly quiet to recruit my system, after the heavy drain on my amatory resources which she had kept up for the previous fortnight.
I was conducted to my room, and left alone to recruit my forces by a quiet night's rest.
So naturally, simply, and gradually—just as he had come from Turkey to the Treasury in Petersburg to recruit the militia, and then to the army when he was needed there—now when his part was played out, Kutúzov’s place was taken by a new and necessary performer.
When your uncle received your letter intimating the contemplated union between yourself and Mr. Rochester, Mr. Mason, who was staying at Madeira to recruit his health, on his way back to Jamaica, happened to be with him.
Other associations sought to recruit themselves from the great mother societies.
He felt that that was to play his enemy’s game, so he reluctantly returned to the old Nevada mines, there to recruit his health and to amass money enough to allow him to pursue his object without privation.
Very late, she said, she had got to the housekeeper's bedroom in despair of finding us, and had then fallen into a deep sleep which, long as it was, had hardly sufficed to recruit her strength after the fatigues of the ball.
On the contrary, he needed occupation and distraction quite apart from his love, so as to recruit and rest himself from the violent emotions that agitated him.
These desertions had, however, now so far thinned Mrs. Cole's cluck that she was left with only me, like a hen with one chicken; but though she was earnestly entreated and encouraged to recruit her crops, her growing infirmities, and, above all, the tortures, of a stubborn hip gout, which she found would yield to no remedy, determined her to break up her business, and retire with a decent pittance into the country, where I promised myself, nothing so sure, as my going down to live with her, as soon as I had seen a little more of life, and improved my small matters into a competency that would create in me an independence on the world: for I was now, thanks to Mrs. Cole, wise enough to keep that essential in view.

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neue Kräfte sammeln to recruit [obs.]
Personal einstellen to recruit
Der Einsatz (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 2003) The Recruit
Präsenzdienerin {f} [österr.] [mil.] (female) recruit
wiederherstellen (Gesundheit) to recruit [obs.]
Einsteigerin {f} [bes. ökon.] (Neuling) recruit
Quereinsteigerin {f} lateral recruit
Rekrutenausbilder {m} [mil.] recruit instructor [Br.]
seine Stimmung wieder erfrischen to recruit one's spirit
(wieder) versorgen to recruit