- n. 学徒；见习生
- v. 使当学徒
- [C]学徒; 徒弟 a person who works for a particular person or company, usually for low pay, in order to learn the type of work they do
- vt. 使某人当学徒 make sb an apprentice
works for an expert to learn a trade
be or work as an apprentice;
"She apprenticed with the great master"
- He began his career as an apprentice.
- The shop is taking on two new apprentices.
- He is an apprentice plumber.
- The two pilots and an apprentice pilot were among those killed.
- The boy was apprenticed to a carpenter.
- An apprentice graduates as a journeyman.
- My son is an apprentice in a furniture maker's workshop.
- He couldn't fix my bike—he was only an apprentice.
- He was bound apprentice to a carpenter.
- He was an apprentice to a master craftsman.
- My brother has just become an apprentice carpenter.
- He became an engineering apprentice with a local firm.
- They were mere apprentices to piracy.
- I am now doing my final year as an apprentice.
- Most of the work was done by apprentices.
- The company is taking on four new apprentices.
- His father apprenticed him to a linen draper.
- Benjamin Franklin's father apprenticed him to a printer.
- She's apprenticed to a plumber.
- He was apprenticed to a carpenter.
- At an early age,I was apprenticed to a carpenter.
- Tate was apprenticed to a grocer at the age of thirteen.
- employ an apprentice 雇用学徒
- law apprentice 见习律师
- apprentice carpenter 木工学徒
- apprentice chef 厨师学徒
- apprentice electrician 电工学徒
- apprentice instrument maker 仪表制造工的学徒
A poor apprentice-tailor.出自： attrib.
- apprentice作名词的基本意思是“学徒; 徒弟”,指在商店里学做买卖或在作坊、工厂里学习技术的年轻人,通常有一定期限,报酬也很低,既可作可数名词,又可作不可数名词。
- 用于比喻, apprentice还可作“生手; 新手”解,指在师傅或老师指导下的初学者,强调被法律约束或被管理束缚,而不侧重无经验。
- apprenticeship n. 学徒期; 学徒工作