[ UK /tɹˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹeɪnd/ ]
  1. shaped or conditioned or disciplined by training; often used as a combining form
    trained pigeons
    a trained mind
    well-trained servants
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How To Use trained In A Sentence

  • It had multiple shooters, multiple locations, mobile threats, willingness to fight the first responders and follow-on SWAT/commando units, well-equipped and well-trained operatives, and a willingness to die. Cliff Schecter: The Terrorist and the Terror Watch List
  • However, your best bet is to look for a personal fitness trainer that is trained and certified in post-rehabilitation, a manual physical therapist, or an osteopath .
  • She is "not a medium", we are told, but rather "a supersensory explorer who has been trained in the cosmic language of symbols for more than 20 years. British Blogs
  • Trained by Mark Tompkins and ridden by Philip Robinson, Babodana made his move about three furlongs out.
  • Boschi, who trained with Passignano in the late 1580s, is known today principally to specialists, but he enjoyed a considerable degree of popularity in the early seicento.
  • Blue ceanothus look fabulous trained against a tall wall, but over time they will lean forward if you let them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Welcome the hopeless odds of meeting highly trained soldiers face-to-face. CONFESSIONAL
  • She hadn't seen Kenta much, but when she had in the last week he had been smiling nervously and in a strained manner.
  • This capricious beast had been trained to caracole, and his owner had taken to impressing girls by making the beast execute this pretty trick whenever he saw one. Captain Corelli's Mandolin
  • 'The first principles of commercial activity have retreated to earth's maziest penetralia, where no tides are! is it not so, Skepsey?' said Mr. Fenellan, whose initiative and exuberance in loquency had been restrained by a slight oppression, known to guests; especially to the guest in the earlier process of his magnification and illumination by virtue of a grand old wine; and also when the news he has to communicate may be a stir to unpleasant heaps. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
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