Synonyms of 'take someone on'
▷ See take
2 engageDictionary, employ, hire
A publishing firm agreed to take him on.
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If a person or company employs you, they pay you to work for them.
The company employs 18 staff.
If you enlist the help of someone, you persuade them to help or support you in doing something.
I had to enlist the help of several neighbours to clear the mess.
Thesaurus for take someone on from the Collins English Thesaurus