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American English: /ˈtreɪnər/
British English: /ˈtreɪnə/

Translation of trainer in Spanish:


  • 1 (of athletes) (Sport)
    entrenador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    (of racehorse)
    preparador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    (of performing animals)
    amaestrador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    adiestrador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • He's the outstanding racehorse trainer, the trainer of flat race horses I suppose in the world.
    • The committee included jockeys, owners, trainers, racing association members, and racing officials.
    • She's one of those rare young people who touched counselors, teachers, coaches and trainers alike.
  • 2 (aircraft)
    Example sentences
    • The naval air arm also had some Aermacchi 339 jet trainers - small aircraft that could be configured as light strike fighters.
    • Moving up from simple trainers to more complex aircraft is well worth the extra effort
    • After the war, a number of Pups came to Australia and flew until at least 1925, mainly as trainer fighter aircraft.
  • 3
    (British English) [colloquial] (athletic shoe)
    zapatilla (feminine) de deporte
    Example sentences
    • I like smart/casual boots or shoes rather than trainers or sneakers.
    • All you should need to take is a pair of very flimsy flip-flops or sandals for the beach, a pair of trainers or canvas shoes to wander around in and a pair of evening shoes for nights out.
    • He will need individually made insoles permanently, and wear trainers rather than shoes for comfort.

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