retrain


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re·train

 (rē-trān′)
tr. & intr.v. re·trained, re·train·ing, re·trains
To train or undergo training again.

re·train′a·ble adj.

retrain

(riːˈtreɪn)
vb
1. (tr) to teach (someone) a new skill so that he or she can do a job or find employment
2. (intr) to learn a new skill with a view to doing a job or finding employment

retrain


Past participle: retrained
Gerund: retraining

Imperative
retrain
retrain
Present
I retrain
you retrain
he/she/it retrains
we retrain
you retrain
they retrain
Preterite
I retrained
you retrained
he/she/it retrained
we retrained
you retrained
they retrained
Present Continuous
I am retraining
you are retraining
he/she/it is retraining
we are retraining
you are retraining
they are retraining
Present Perfect
I have retrained
you have retrained
he/she/it has retrained
we have retrained
you have retrained
they have retrained
Past Continuous
I was retraining
you were retraining
he/she/it was retraining
we were retraining
you were retraining
they were retraining
Past Perfect
I had retrained
you had retrained
he/she/it had retrained
we had retrained
you had retrained
they had retrained
Future
I will retrain
you will retrain
he/she/it will retrain
we will retrain
you will retrain
they will retrain
Future Perfect
I will have retrained
you will have retrained
he/she/it will have retrained
we will have retrained
you will have retrained
they will have retrained
Future Continuous
I will be retraining
you will be retraining
he/she/it will be retraining
we will be retraining
you will be retraining
they will be retraining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retraining
you have been retraining
he/she/it has been retraining
we have been retraining
you have been retraining
they have been retraining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retraining
you will have been retraining
he/she/it will have been retraining
we will have been retraining
you will have been retraining
they will have been retraining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retraining
you had been retraining
he/she/it had been retraining
we had been retraining
you had been retraining
they had been retraining
Conditional
I would retrain
you would retrain
he/she/it would retrain
we would retrain
you would retrain
they would retrain
Past Conditional
I would have retrained
you would have retrained
he/she/it would have retrained
we would have retrained
you would have retrained
they would have retrained
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.retrain - teach new skills; "We must retrain the linguists who cannot find employment"
train, educate, prepare, develop - create by training and teaching; "The old master is training world-class violinists"; "we develop the leaders for the future"
2.retrain - train again; "He is retraining to become an IT worker"
train, prepare - undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession; "She is training to be a teacher"; "He trained as a legal aid"
Translations

retrain

[ˈriːˈtreɪn]
A. VT [+ workers] → reciclar, recapacitar, reconvertir
B. VIreciclarse, reconvertirse

retrain

[ˌriːˈtreɪn]
vtrecycler
vise recycler

retrain

vtumschulen

retrain

[ˌriːˈtreɪn]
1. vt (worker) → riqualificare
2. viriqualificarsi
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