Enlist [verb]

Definition of Enlist:

sign up for responsibility

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Sentence/Example of Enlist:

During the course of the study, the research team enlisted “several hundred health care workers” to participate, and collected data over several months, between April and September.

Breaking was far from the organization’s core when WDSF enlisted the help of Jean-Laurent Bourquin, an IOC veteran, in 2015, asking him for his help in wooing Olympic officials.

Contrary to what some may believe, it is a serious challenge to enlist.

Pointing to the Oklahoma City bomber, Timothy McVeigh, who enlisted in the Army and served in the first Gulf War, Corn said it’s no secret that the military has been a “breeding ground” for extremism to some extent for decades.

In 1963, that brought him to the attention of Burdon, Price and bass guitar player Chas Chandler, who enlisted him, along with Steel, into what was then the Alan Price Combo.

To enable this infrastructure, advertisers must enlist developers to automate datastreams that fuel machine learning algorithms in near real-time.

Rather than hiring full-time employees for specific roles, companies are enlisting workers with expertise in many areas and supplementing them with outside experts.

To begin to address these issues effectively, we need to enlist governments, insurers, banks and asset managers, infrastructure experts, and technical assistance and research firms.

A musician and producer, he enlisted her as a backup singer in another musician’s concerts.

You could either save files as such in the program you use to create them, or enlist the services of a third-party platform such as EasePDF, which can make this type of document out of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files.