Synonyms of staff in English:

staff


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noun

1‘there is a reluctance to take on new staff’

SYNONYMS
employees, workers, workforce, personnel, hands, hired hands, labourers, human resources, manpower, labour
office workers, white-collar workers, assistants, secretaries
teachers, lecturers
doctors, nurses
North American interns
humorous liveware

2‘a tall man with a cowboy hat and a walking staff’

SYNONYMS
stick, walking stick, cane, crook, crutch, prop

3‘the miller's wife strikes her husband over the head with a staff’

SYNONYMS
club, stick, cudgel, bludgeon, life preserver, shillelagh, baseball bat
truncheon, baton
North American blackjack
Indian lathi, danda
South African kierie, knobkerrie, sjambok
British informal cosh

4‘a staff of office’

SYNONYMS
rod, tipstaff, mace, wand, sceptre, crozier, verge
caduceus

verb

1‘the departments are staffed by professional civil servants’

SYNONYMS
man, people, crew, work, operate, occupy