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train

 (trān)
n.
1. A series of connected railroad cars pulled or pushed by one or more locomotives.
2. A long line of moving people, animals, or vehicles.
3. The personnel, vehicles, and equipment following and providing supplies and services to a combat unit.
4. A part of a gown that trails behind the wearer.
5. A staff of people following in attendance; a retinue.
6.
a. An orderly succession of related events or thoughts; a sequence. See Synonyms at series.
b. A series of consequences wrought by an event; aftermath.
7. A set of linked mechanical parts: a train of gears.
8. A string of gunpowder that acts as a fuse for exploding a charge.
v. trained, train·ing, trains
v.tr.
1. To coach in or accustom to a mode of behavior or performance.
2. To make proficient with specialized instruction and practice. See Synonyms at teach.
3. To prepare physically, as with a regimen: train athletes for track-and-field competition.
4. To cause (a plant or one's hair) to take a desired course or shape, as by manipulating.
5. To point or direct (a gun or camera, for example) at something. See Synonyms at aim.
6. To let drag behind; trail.
v.intr.
1. To give or undergo a course of training: trained daily for the marathon.
2. To travel by railroad train.

[Middle English, trailing part of a gown, from Old French, from trainer, to drag, from Vulgar Latin *tragīnāre, from *tragere, to pull, back-formation from tractus, past participle of Latin trahere.]

train′a·bil′i·ty n.
train′a·ble adj.

trained

  • dolphinarium - An aquarium in which dolphins are kept and trained for public entertainment.
  • Navy SEAL - A member of the special forces unit for the US Navy who is trained for unconventional warfare on sea, air, and land.
  • pergola - Can be described as an arbor formed of growing plants trained over a trellis.
  • brain drain - The emigration of highly trained or intelligent people from a country or other place.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.trained - shaped or conditioned or disciplined by trainingtrained - shaped or conditioned or disciplined by training; often used as a combining form; "a trained mind"; "trained pigeons"; "well-trained servants"
untrained - not disciplined or conditioned or made adept by training; "an untrained voice"; "untrained troops"; "young minds untrained in the habit of concentration"
Translations
مُتَدَرِّبمُدَرَّب، مُثَقَّف
cvičenývyučenýzkušený
uddannet
valmennettu
obučen
òjálfaîur, faglærîur
訓練された
훈련 받은
cvičený
dresiranizučen
utbildad
ที่ได้รับการอบรม
đã được huấn luyện

trained

[treɪnd] ADJ
1. [teacher, nurse] → titulado; [worker, staff] → cualificado; [animal] (for task) → adiestrado; (to do tricks) → amaestrado
there was a lack of trained men and equipmentfaltaban hombres entrenados y equipo
she is a trained singerha recibido formación de cantante, ha estudiado canto
we have counsellors trained to deal with these sorts of problemstenemos asesores capacitados para llevar este tipo de problemas
they have a highly-trained workforcetienen una mano de obra altamente cualificada
a well-trained armyun ejército disciplinado, un ejército bien entrenado
2. [eye, ear, voice] → educado

trained

[ˈtreɪnd] adj
[nurse, teacher, employee] → qualifié(e)
She's a trained nurse → C'est une infirmière qualifiée.
(= experienced) to the trained eye → à un œil exercé
[dog, pigeon] → dressé(e)

trained

adj workergelernt; nurse, teacherausgebildet; animaldressiert; dogabgerichtet, dressiert; mind, eargeschult; eyegeübt, geschult; voiceausgebildet; to be highly/specially trainedhoch qualifiziert/speziell ausgebildet sein; to be trained for somethingfür etw ausgebildet sein; a well-trained childein gut erzogenes Kind

trained

[treɪnd] adj (accountant, nurse) → diplomato/a, qualificato/a; (teacher) → abilitato/a all'insegnamento (Sport) (athlete, horse) → allenato/a; (animal) → addestrato/a, ammaestrato/a
well-trained (child, dog) → ben educato/a
I've got him well-trained (hum) → l'ho addomesticato per bene

train2

(trein) verb
1. to prepare, be prepared, or prepare oneself, through instruction, practice, exercise etc, for a sport, job, profession etc. I was trained as a teacher; The race-horse was trained by my uncle.
2. to point or aim (a gun, telescope etc) in a particular direction. He trained the gun on/at the soldiers.
3. to make (a tree, plant etc) grow in a particular direction.
trained adjective
(negative untrained) having had teaching. She's a trained nurse; a well-trained dog.
ˌtraiˈnee noun
a person who is being trained. He's a trainee with an industrial firm; (also adjective) a trainee teacher.
ˈtrainer noun
1. a person who prepares people or animals for sport, a race etc.
2. an aircraft used for training pilots.
ˈtraining noun
1. preparation for a sport. He has gone into training for the race.
2. the process of learning (the practical side of) a job. It takes many years of training to be a doctor.

trained

مُتَدَرِّب vyučený uddannet ausgebildet καταρτισμένος capacitado, cualificado valmennettu formé obučen addestrato 訓練された 훈련 받은 getraind faglært wyszkolony treinado тренированный utbildad ที่ได้รับการอบรม eğitilmiş đã được huấn luyện 训练有素的
References in classic literature ?
Very early in my life, possibly because of the insatiable curiosity that was born in me, I came to dislike the performances of trained animals.
of us, under the easy circumstance of our own weakness, remains another way most easily to express ourselves for the purpose of eliminating from the world the cruelty that is practised by some few of us, for the entertainment of the rest of us, on the trained animals, who, after all, are only lesser animals than we on the round world's surface.
But, like any circus athlete, you trained yourself out of the face-making period.
It is a habit of mind to which I have been trained all my life.
With all the books on my shelves, with all the thoughts of the thinkers shaded by my particular temperament, I decided coolly and deliberately that I should continue to do what I had been trained to want to do.
I regret that John Barleycorn flourished everywhere in the system of society in which I was born, else I should not have made his acquaintance, and I was long trained in his acquaintance.
When the committee began its review process, the department considered over 1,000 of its officers as field-force trained and equipped.
Jerry Hershovitz, associate director for program development at the CDC's National Center for Environmental Health and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, says that as recently as the 1960s, several large cities actually trained their public health staff across multiple disciplines.