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cross-train

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Definition of cross-train in English:

verb

[no object]
Learn another skill, especially one related to one’s current job: mechanics are encouraged to cross-train in other areas [with object]: you will be cross-trained on other unit tasks
More example sentences
  • Each trooper specialises in one of these four major ‘insertion’ skills, but all the soldiers cross-train in the methods used by the other troops.
  • This type of project allows our soldiers to cross-train which makes them more valuable to the unit and the Army Reserve.
  • He was not merely a skilled martial artist who cross-trained in a variety of disciplines, but also a deep thinker who contemplated the social and moral implications of the study of martial arts.

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