Definition of untrained in English:

untrained

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtreɪnd
 
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adjective

Not having been trained in a particular skill: self-styled doctors untrained in diagnosis to the untrained eye, the two products look remarkably similar
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  • 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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untrainable

adjective
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  • Certainly, my thumbs seem innately untrainable to the gymnastics allowing the mobile generation to manipulate increasingly miniature keypads with ease.
  • Beth, who comes from the bloodline of a former Derby winner, was written off as untrainable by her former owner and was barely approachable in the stables.
  • There are so many untrainable people in key positions that have contributed to the present state of our country.

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