Definition of 'applicant'
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There is no shortage of new applicants. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But next Monday we inspect new applicants for places in our field. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Successful applicants could begin tank training by April. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And if the successful applicant excels they could earn up to 32,000. The Sun (2016)For successful applicants, this funding covers the full cost of care, either at home or at a care or nursing home. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We always ask applicants how many hours and what days they are available to work. The Sun (2013) Would-be applicants are also advised how to appeal if any benefits are refused or stopped. The Sun (2016) Job applicants are all screened for potential radicalism. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Successful applicants can be placed within a week. Times, Sunday Times (2008)These are closed to new applicants but will have some savers unknowingly earning a pittance. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The successful applicant will be expected to use their skills to foil terror operations around the world. The Sun (2009)This confuses many applicants into thinking they are official. The Sun (2013)Disabled employees and job applicants are required to pursue their complaints internally. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)The firm is paid on the number of new applicants drawn in. The Sun (2008)It will establish a new scholarship programme that will help pay flight training fees for successful applicants. Times, Sunday Times (2011)How many applicants who are not well versed in money matters actually would? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Support for new applicants will last only two years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Whether job applicants will continue to reach for the hair dye and lie about their age is uncertain. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Applicants grant an implied waiver by applying for a job when reference checking is an announced part of the hiring process. Christianity Today (2000)Each year, applicants request the right to advertise and are turned down. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This year there were 600 applicants for eight places. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Accordingly, a declaration to that effect in favour of the applicant would be granted. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Existing members of the site decide whether to accept applicants, who post a photo of themselves online. Times, Sunday Times (2009)About 190,000 applicants were without places by this weekend as the scramble for the paltry number still available through clearing intensified. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The benefit for the applicants is that it focuses the mind on how much they really want the property and the amount they are prepared to pay. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This was inevitable, given the 10,000 gap between applicants and posts. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'applicant'
British English: applicant /ˈæplɪkənt/ NOUN
An applicant for a job or position is someone who applies for it.
We've had many applicants for these positions.
- American English: applicant
- Arabic: مُقَدِّم الطَلَب
- Brazilian Portuguese: candidato
- Chinese: 申请者
- Croatian: kandidat
- Czech: uchazeč
- Danish: ansøger
- Dutch: sollicitant
- European Spanish: solicitante
- Finnish: hakija
- French: candidat
- German: Bewerber
- Greek: αιτών
- Italian: candidato
- Japanese: 応募者
- Korean: 신청자
- Norwegian: søker
- Polish: kandydat zgłaszający się
- European Portuguese: candidato
- Romanian: candidat
- Russian: соискатель
- Spanish: solicitante
- Swedish: sökande
- Thai: ผู้สมัคร
- Turkish: başvuran
- Ukrainian: претендент
- Vietnamese: người nộp đơn
Definition of applicant from the Collins English Dictionary
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