personnel


personnel
noun
1 staff
ADJECTIVE
experienced, professional, qualified, skilled, trained
key
non-essential

The area was evacuated of all non-essential personnel.

senior
management
authorized

Only authorized personnel have access to the computer system.

company
armed-forces, army, enlisted (AmE), intelligence, military, naval, navy, security, service

an employment agency for ex-service personnel

uniformed

the functions accomplished by uniformed personnel

law enforcement (esp. AmE), police
rescue (esp. AmE), support

firefighters and other rescue personnel

groups of support personnel, engineers and medics

civilian
embassy, government
emergency, emergency-service, health, health-care, hospital (esp. AmE), medical

police, fire and emergency medical personnel

the training of key health personnel

airline, airport
school (AmE)
agency, office
administrative, maintenance, technical
2 department of a company
VERB + PERSONNEL
be in, work in

He's is in personnel, isn't he?

PERSONNEL + NOUN
department, office
director, manager, officer
management
files, records
decision
policy

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • personnel — personnel, elle [ pɛrsɔnɛl ] adj. et n. m. • XIIIe dr.; personel 1190 gramm.; bas lat. personalis I ♦ Adj. 1 ♦ (1455) Qui concerne une personne, lui appartient en propre. ⇒ individuel, particulier. « refuser de servir, c est faire passer son… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • personnel — personnel, elle (pèr so nèl, nè l ) adj. 1°   Qui est propre et particulier à chaque personne. L intérêt personnel. •   Ce ne sont pas les sentiments de M. Arnauld qui sont hérétiques ; ce n est que sa personne : c est une hérésie personnelle,… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • personnel — The word is pronounced with the stress on the third syllable, and refers to the human resources of an organization or institution, originally in the armed forces and later in the business world. It is often used attributively (i.e. before a noun) …   Modern English usage

  • personnel — 1837, from Fr. personnel (a contrastive term to materiél), noun use of personnel (adj.) personal, from O.Fr. personel (see PERSONAL (Cf. personal)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • personnel — Personnel, [personn]elle. adj. Qui est propre & particulier, à chaque personne. Merite personnel. qualité personnelle. On dit prov. Toutes fautes sont personnelles, pour dire, qu On n est pas responsable des fautes d autruy. On dit en termes de… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • personnel — [pʉr΄sə nel′] n. [Fr (lit., PERSONAL), prob. infl. by Ger personal, earlier personale < ML, orig. neut. of L personalis] 1. persons employed in any work, enterprise, service, establishment, etc.: distinguished in military usage from MATERIEL 2 …   English World dictionary

  • Personnel — Per son nel , n. [F. See {Personal}.] The body of persons employed in some public service, as the army, navy, etc.; distinguished from mat[ e]riel. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Personnel — См. Персонал Термины атомной энергетики. Концерн Росэнергоатом, 2010 …   Термины атомной энергетики

  • personnel — I noun assistants, band of employees, body of employees, cast, clerical staff, company, corps of employees, coworkers, crew, employees, factotums, fellow workers, help, labor supply, laborers, laboring force, manpower, members, office force,… …   Law dictionary

  • personnel — [n] employees of business or other enterprise cadre, corps, crew, faculty, group, helpers, human resources, members, men and women, office, organization, people, shop, staff, troop, troops, workers, work force; concepts 325,417 …   New thesaurus

  • personnel — Personnel, Personalis …   Thresor de la langue françoyse


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