What is another word for staffed?

Pronunciation: [stˈaft] (IPA)

The word "staffed" refers to having enough employees or workers to handle a task or responsibilities. However, sometimes we need to express this idea in different ways. Some synonyms for staffed include "manned", "personnel on duty", "fully crewed", "occupied by staff", and "operated by trained personnel". These synonyms indicate that a place or situation is being managed or supervised by people who are qualified to do so. For instance, if a restaurant is fully crewed, it means that there are enough waiters, cooks, and other employees to provide quality service to customers. Likewise, if a hospital is occupied by staff, it suggests that there are enough nurses, doctors, and other healthcare workers on duty to attend to patients.

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Usage examples for Staffed

The few bars that were still open had been blessed with the sign of some mob, and obviously were well staffed with hoodlums ready to protect the proprietor.
"Police Your Planet"
Lester del Rey
Hundreds of teachers staffed scores of schools and brought some degree of literacy and job skills to thousands of pupils.
"The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America"
Norman Coombs
Thus, for every accident which occurred in any American munition factory-and many accidents were bound to happen in the new works which had sprung up like mushrooms all over the land, and were staffed with absolutely untrained personnel-"German agents" were regularly held responsible, and the anti-German Press, particularly the Providence Journal, announced these accidents as "a clear manifestation of the notorious German system of frightfulness."
"My Three Years in America"
Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff

Famous quotes with Staffed

  • California has set up regional collection offices around the world, staffed by California employees, specifically for out of state California businesses to collect the money and bring it back to California.
    Craig Benson
  • In the long run the [Nazi] movement was moving to a position in which the economic New Order would be controlled by the Party through a bureaucratic apparatus staffed by technical experts and dominated by political interests, not unlike the system that had already been built up in the Soviet Union.
    Richard Overy
  • The economics establishment (universities, regulators, central bankers, government officials, various organisations staffed with economists) lost its legitimacy with the failure of the system. It is irresponsible and foolish to put our trust in the ability of such experts to get us out of this mess. Instead, find the smart people whose hands are clean.
    Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  • most power structures are deeply incompetent, staffed by people who don't really believe in their institutions and that most power is the projection of the perception of power. And the more secretively it works, the more incompetent it is, because secrecy breeds incompetence, while openness breeds competence, because one can see and can compare actions and see which one is more competent. To keep up these appearances, institutional heads or political heads such as presidents spend most of the time trying to walk in front of the train and pretending that it is following them, but the direction is set by the tracks and by the engine of the train. Understanding that means that small and committed organisations can outmanoeuvre these institutional dinosaurs, like the State Department, the NSA or the CIA.
    Julian Assange

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