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untrained
American English: /ˌənˈtreɪnd/
British English: /ʌnˈtreɪnd/

Translation of untrained in Spanish:

adjective

  • (staff)
    falto de formación or capacitación
    (teacher)
    sin título
    (animal)
    no amaestrado
    to the untrained eye/ear they look very similar
    para un lego en la materia or para (el ojo/oído de) quien no es experto se parecen mucho
    Example sentences
    • We sent in too few troops and those we sent were untrained and inexperienced.
    • Last March, there was a near riot when unqualified and untrained staff were brought in.
    • Women are more likely to be considered incompetent and untrained with firearms.

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