Definition of trainee in English:

trainee

Line breaks: train¦ee
Pronunciation: /treɪˈniː
 
/

noun

A person undergoing training for a particular job or profession: [as modifier]: trainee solicitors
More example sentences
  • Strangest moment however came in the the queue for the buffet from a young trainee solicitor.
  • I smiled as he talked about the limitations of his current job as a trainee solicitor.
  • We must make sure that the trainees recruited for schoolteaching are quality trainees.

Derivatives

traineeship

noun
More example sentences
  • The notion that a young person entering an apprenticeship or traineeship can bargain equally with a prospective employer is laughable.
  • There are only a few traineeships that are on offer to potential theatre directors, so I knew I had to grab the opportunity.
  • It means those who then start their traineeships have already played at that level and proved they can cope with it.

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