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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of retrain.

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Examples

  • Why should we accede to the notion that we accept a brutal economic system that requires millions of people to be "retrained" -- which is, at the very least, given the circumstances of the retraining, a humiliating and degrading experience.

    Jonathan Tasini: The Great Retraining Lie

  • What happens when you do everything right and your job is outsourced or eliminated and you go into hock getting "retrained" and STILL can't find anything because you don't have practical experience, or you're not pretty anymore, or they think you're going to cost too much in health care?

    Brilliant at Breakfast

  • Police officers to be 'retrained' after arrest injury

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  • The government has promised that these workers will be "retrained" in other fields, though it is unlikely they will find new jobs in Cuba's stagnant economy.

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  • The government has promised that these workers will be "retrained" in other fields, though it is unlikely they will find new jobs in Cuba's stagnant economy.

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  • The government has promised that these workers will be "retrained" in other fields, though it is unlikely they will find new jobs in Cuba's stagnant economy.

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  • The government has promised that these workers will be "retrained" in other fields, though it is unlikely they will find new jobs in Cuba's stagnant economy.

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  • The government has promised that these workers will be "retrained" in other fields, though it is unlikely they will find new jobs in Cuba's stagnant economy.

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  • But don't worry, the workers just need to be "retrained".

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  • "retrained" only to find that having a certificate from a tech school doesn't get you in the door.

    Brilliant at Breakfast

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