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American English: /ˈtreɪnɪŋ/
British English: /ˈtreɪnɪŋ/

Translation of training in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (instruction) training will be given to all staff
    todo el personal recibirá capacitación
    they've had no training in the use of the machinery
    no han recibido capacitación en el uso de la maquinaria
    no les han enseñado a usar la maquinaria
    (before noun) (aircraft)
    de instrucción
    training flight
    vuelo (masculine) de entrenamiento or instrucción
    the factory serves as a training ground for new management
    la fábrica es la escuela donde se forman los nuevos directivos
    training manual , training scheme training school
    escuela (feminine) de capacitación
    Example sentences
    • Many traditional teachers in this study had no training in bilingual or ESL pedagogy.
    • I was working as a locum house officer during my vocational training in a local teaching hospital.
    • Figures released last week showed a drop in the number of 16 year olds in education and training in England.
    1.2 (Sport) to be in training for something
    estar entrenando or entrenándose para algo
    to go into training for something
    empezar a entrenar(se) para algo
    to be out of training
    estar desentrenado or fuera de forma
    Example sentences
    • A couple of divers are preparing to do some training exercises in the shallow water of the bay and the others will be diving the wreck of the Lucy later.
    • There are many safe ways to carry out physical or mental training, such as exercising in gyms or on campus.
    • Maintain your diet and reduce your training to ensure your muscles are prepared.

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