Word family noun trainee trainer training retraining adjective traineduntrained verb train retrain
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Training
retrainre‧train /ˌriːˈtreɪn/ verb [intransitive, transitive] SETto learn or to teach someone the skills that are needed to do a different job One solution is to retrain the long-term unemployed.retrain as She’s hoping to retrain as a teacher.retraining noun [uncountable]
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Examples from the Corpus
retrainThe other basic parts of managing the dream are recruiting meticulously, rewarding, retraining, and reorganizing.Why do the retraining efforts of self-defeating organizations tend to create at least as many difficulties as they resolve?After a gap for her family she is retraining in Radiology.Few approaches would produce more positive results on the actual curriculum in schools than review and retraining in this field.In that case, unions intend to demand significant job retraining programs for displaced clerical staff.All of this implies an urgent, increasing and ongoing need for training and retraining throughout the profession.He called for retraining workers for better-paid jobs.A federal program was set up to retrain workers who have lost their jobs.To stop this happening, you have to retrain your bladder to hold larger amounts of urine.
From King Business Dictionaryretrainre‧train /ˌriːˈtreɪn/ verb [intransitive, transitive]HUMAN RESOURCES to learn new skills or to teach someone the skills needed to do a different jobWe bought new software and had to retrain everyone to use the database.retraining noun [uncountable]He undertook eight weeks of retraining.→ See Verb table