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ap·pren·tice

 (ə-prĕn′tĭs)
n.
1. One bound by legal agreement to work for another for a specific amount of time in return for instruction in a trade, art, or business.
2. One who is learning a trade or occupation, especially as a member of a labor union.
3. A beginner; a learner.
v. ap·pren·ticed, ap·pren·tic·ing, ap·pren·tic·es
v.intr.
To work as an apprentice: She apprenticed at the ceramics studio.
v.tr.
To engage as an apprentice: In colonial times many children were apprenticed to craftsmen.

[Middle English apprentis, from Old French aprentis, from Vulgar Latin *apprēnditīcius, from *apprēnditus, alteration of Latin apprehēnsus, past participle of apprehendere, to seize; see apprehend.]

ap·pren′tice·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.apprenticeship - the position of apprenticeapprenticeship - the position of apprentice    
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"

apprenticeship

noun traineeship, probation, studentship, novitiate or noviciate He served an apprenticeship as a tool-maker.
Translations
تَدَرُّب عَلى مِهْنَه
učňovství
læretidlærlingetid
tanulóidõ
lærlingsstaîa, læri
učňovstvo
çıraklık

apprenticeship

[əˈprentɪʃɪp] Naprendizaje m
to serve one's apprenticeshiphacer el aprendizaje

apprenticeship

[əˈprɛntɪsʃɪp] napprentissage m
to serve one's apprenticeship → faire son apprentissage
to serve one's apprenticeship as sth → faire son apprentissage de qch

apprenticeship

nLehre f, → Lehrzeit f; to serve one’s apprenticeshipseine Lehre or Lehrzeit absolvieren or machen

apprenticeship

[əˈprɛntɪsˌʃɪp] napprendistato, tirocinio
to serve one's apprenticeship → fare il proprio apprendistato or tirocinio

apprentice

(əˈprentis) noun
a (usually young) person who is learning a trade.
verb
to make (someone) an apprentice. His father apprenticed him to an engineer.
apˈprenticeship noun
the state of being, or the time during which a person is, an apprentice. He is serving his apprenticeship as a mechanic.
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