[ UK /tɹˈe‍ɪniː/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹeɪˈni/ ]
  1. someone who is being trained
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How To Use trainee In A Sentence

  • Educational object are new associates, including newly-assigned operator , managerial and technical personnel, temporary employee as well as trainee.
  • Working at the Australian central bank as a trainee economist. Times, Sunday Times
  • He may need negotiation skills to resolve differences between trainees or between trainees and himself. Training with N.L.P.
  • Jill Johnson, who spearheads the award-winning programme, said each course was tailor-made to the trainees' requirements.
  • He barnstormed for a time, then entered the Army Air Corps as a pilot trainee, graduating at the head of his class in 1925 and taking a commission in the Army Air Service Reserve.
  • A trainee controller mistakenly directed a plane to descend through the flight level of another plane.
  • Each sous chef has four assistant chefs under him who, in turn, have trainee cooks under them.
  • Some other members were on hand to demonstrate how to rig the sails on a sailing dinghy and show the layout of a boat to the trainees.
  • The US military and law enforcement have used video games back to Duck Hunt to teach trainees in "shoot/don't shoot" choices (largely "shoot" for the military and "don't shoot" for law enforcement, but the techniques are very similar). Archive 2008-03-01
  • The trainees have only an hour of theory class a day followed by six hours of practical sessions.
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