from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is being trained.
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- n. Someone who is still in the process of being formally trained in a workplace.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who is being trained
The life of a Peace Corps/Bolivia trainee is at once complex and simple; exhausting and fulfilling …
The trainee is expected to acquire this knowledge by:
Synopsis: A stingy merchant hires a trainee from the College and Order of Heralds to assist with alien languages and customs on a trade run to the low-tech planet Lyra.
She's a trainee from the newest class, originally from Russia (damn, discordian, do I just attract them?
Todays media trainee was the chief executive officer of a company that administered hospitals, twenty-eight of them throughout the southeastern United States.
The person who has the most influence on the trainee is his or her immediate manager.
On Monday morning, we gathered in the gym and called the trainee's names one by one, presented them with an information packet on their agency, and asked them to stand on their town.
"I want to tell you about the call my trainee took today.
Chapman, who was described as trainee psychologist who lives in southern England, said the arrest "didn't come as much of a surprise."
Yet some 80 percent of what's described as trainee 'tadpoles' make the cut as combat divers of the elite
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