- [U]训练,受训 process of preparing or being prepared for a sport or job
activity leading to skilled behavior
the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior);
"a woman of breeding and refinement"
- The champion is in training for his next fight.
- They finished the preparatory training.
- The army training exercises ended with a mock battle.
- On the course she received a thorough training in every aspect of the job.
- I quite agree with you that he needs further training.
- Freshmen have military training for a month from the beginning of the first term.
- They have much formal school training.
- Good sports records come from hard training.
- During intensive training in the production of a certain sound, it is helpful for students to hear a correct model after they have produced the sound themselves.
- We will receive intensive training there.
- Without training, his musical talent remained latent.
- They must have some training in the use of reference books.
- They decided to give us some quick training.
- He had had a varied training and held many offices.
- In deciding a man's assignment, we should take stock of his training and qualifications.
- She didn't go into training because of illness.
- All that she lacked was training.
- We plan to run some short-term training classes.
- After a month of training, he became equal to the work as a tractor driver.
- in〔out of〕 training
锻炼得〔不〕好,处于〔不〕好的竞技状态 in〔not〕 in a good healthy condition for a sport, test of skill, etc.
- get training 接受训练
- give training 提供训练
- go into training 开始训练,从事锻炼
- provide training 提供培训
- receive training 接受训练
- basic training 基本训练
- hands-on training 实习训练
- military training 军事训练
- necessary training 必要的训练
- on-the-job training 在职训练
- physical training 体育锻炼
- thorough training 彻底的训练
- training in the use of computers 计算机使用的训练