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untrained

(ʌnˈtreɪnd)
adj
not having been trained: untrained volunteers.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untrained - not disciplined or conditioned or made adept by traininguntrained - not disciplined or conditioned or made adept by training; "an untrained voice"; "untrained troops"; "young minds untrained in the habit of concentration"
trained - shaped or conditioned or disciplined by training; often used as a combining form; "a trained mind"; "trained pigeons"; "well-trained servants"

untrained

adjective amateur, inexperienced, unskilled, green, raw, unqualified, uneducated, untutored, unschooled, unpractised, untaught It is nonsense to say we have untrained staff dealing with emergencies.
trained, experienced, skilled, expert, schooled, taught, qualified, educated
Translations

untrained

[ˈʌnˈtreɪnd] ADJ [person] → sin formación, no capacitado; [teacher etc] → sin título (Sport) → no entrenado; [animal] → sin amaestrar
to the untrained ear/eyepara el oído/ojo de alguien que no es experto

untrained

[ˌʌnˈtreɪnd] adj [worker] → sans formation; [troops] → sans entraînement
to the untrained eye → à l'œil non exercé

untrained

adj person, teacherunausgebildet; voice, mindungeschult; animalundressiert; to the untrained ear/eyedem ungeschulten Ohr/Auge; to be untrained for somethingfür etw nicht ausgebildet sein; to be untrained in somethingin etw (dat)nicht ausgebildet sein

untrained

[ʌnˈtreɪnd] adj (worker, teacher) → privo/a di formazione professionale; (troops) → privo/a di addestramento
to the untrained eye/ear → ad un occhio inesperto/orrechio non esercitato
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The result can be the dog being deemed as stubborn and untrainable, which couldn't be farther than the truth.
German shepherd Caleb was thought untrainable when he refused to obey words like "sit" or "stay".
Moreover, more severely retarded children with severe degrees of physical and behavioural handicaps should be included to enable understanding of the society's coping with the untrainable children (Isaac, 1992).
Look for the signs in your dog before you label him dominant, disobedient or even untrainable.
This would allow her to see 'who is untrainable and unchangeable', and only then redeploy them elsewhere.
If they are both untrainable and incompetent replace or bypass them .
In a bid to keep her biological clock at bay, he buys her a puppy, little realising just how destructive and time-consuming the rumbustious, seemingly untrainable Marley will be.
At times he was almost untrainable as he wouldn't settle and just wanted to charge off.
It debunks common perceptions of dogs as related to wolves, requiring owners to become 'pack leaders', and it also maintains there's no such thing as an untrainable dog.
I don't have any, and the closest I've been to them are my nephews and myself (yes, I admit I'm still a kid) but I've never known them to be untrainable.
This effort is confronted by incompetence, nepotism and graft; and so many Afghans when recruited into the national army or police seem untrainable, little motivated, conflicted in their loyalties, and shiftless.