(engage services) verb
add to the payroll, appoint, assign, authorize, commission, contract, delegate, detineri, empower, engage, enlist, enroll, entrust with a task, entrust with management, fill a position, fill a vacancy, fill an opening, find help, furnish occupation for, give a job to, give a position to, give a post to, give employment, give work to, hire, keep in service, occupatum, place, put to work, recruit, retain, retain the services of, secure, set to work, sign up, staff, take into employ, take into service, use another's services, use as an agent, versari
associated concepts: actual employment, customarily employed, dangerous employment, employed in hazardous work, employed in interstate commerce, lawfully employed, legally employed, permanently employed
(make use of) verb
apply, avail oneself of, capitalize upon, exercise, exploit, have recourse to, manipulate, mobilize, operate, ply, practice, profit by, put in action, put in operation, put to service, put to use, resort to, take advantage of, turn to account, turn to use, use, utilize, wield, work
agency (legal relationship), apply (put in practice), appoint, capitalize (seize the chance), commit (entrust), delegate, employment, engage (hire), exercise (use), exert, expend (consume), exploit (make use of), exploitation, hire, impropriate, induct, labor (work), manipulate (utilize skillfully), ply, practice (engage in), recruit, resort, spend, wield
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To hire someone to do a particular job in exchange for pay.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.