Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Trainee"

The meaning of "Trainee" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Some hyper-keen, idealistic trainees mean?
A: Very very enthusiastic but they think everything will be perfect.
Q: What does trainees mean?
A: Trainnees from the word Train or to a person undergoing training for a particular job or profession.
Q: What does trainee practice mean?
A: The people that are being trained will practice
Q: What does a trainee teacher mean?
A: A trainee is a person who is training.
For example, I am training to become a carpenter. Therefore, I am a trainee carpenter.
So, a person who is training to be a teacher is a trainee teacher.

Example sentences using "Trainee"

Q: Please show me example sentences with -ee (such as trainee, attendee).
A: When you add “ee” to the end of those words you’re turning it into an adjective to describe a person.
A trainee is someone who is being trained
An attendee is someone who is/has attended something and so on another example would be a “devotee” which is someone who is/has been devoting their life or time to something or someone

Synonyms of "Trainee" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trainee and student ?
A: in some english speaking countries we dont usually use the term *trainee* so student is more natural
Q: What is the difference between a trainee and an apprentice ?
A: A trainee is anyone learning to do any job. Apprentice is a more formal word for some professions, such as electrician. For example:

He is a trainee at the clothing store.
I just got accepted for a job as an apprentice electrician.
Q: What is the difference between trainee and intern ?
A: A trainee has a job with the company.

An intern is usually a college student getting work experience.

Translations of "Trainee"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 연수생-연수 의료기관 인계
1.Handing the trainees over to training medical institutions
2. Handing over trainees to training medical institutions

자연스러운 표현인가요??
A: Do you mean to say that you help the interns get training at the medical institutions?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's the trainee?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trainee
A: trāˈnē
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? trainee
A: someone who is being trained

For Example:

An employer trains or teaches the new trainee or worker.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trainee
A: In what context? Trainee is okay. Maybe you are looking for apprentice ?

Other questions about "Trainee"

Q: As trainee I was attend training and seminar class lectured by my project manager to ensure all the trainee understand more about the concept of requirement needs involving in the draught department. Example source of information are understanding about the concept of ABC, criteria of designing, step in designing, PV syst training and guideline and more. Picture shown seminar class in meeting room with project manager. Does this sound natural?
A: × As trainee I was attend training and seminar class lectured by my project manager to ensure all the trainee understand more about the concept of requirement needs involving in the draught department.
✓ As a trainee I attended training and seminar class lectures given by my project manager, to ensure all the trainees understood more about the requirement needs involved in the draught(??) department.

× Example source of information are understanding about the concept of ABC, criteria of designing, step in designing, PV syst training and guideline and more.
✓ Examples of source information are understanding about the concept of ABC, the criteria of designing, step in designing, PV syst training guidelines and more.

× Picture shown seminar class in meeting room with project manager.
✓ The picture shows the seminar class in the meeting room with the project manager.

Q: The trainee's reputation is better than last year.

Does this sound natural?
A: The trainee's reputation is better compared to last year.

Q:
I will be an overseas trainee from March. I will be able to speak English fluently. However, I am worried whether I can live well abroad, Does this sound natural?
A: "I will be an overseas trainee" sounds unnatural. I would rather say, "I will be training overseas in March." However, *what* are you training for? I would include a training subject in the sentence.

"I will be be a railroad conductor trainee overseas in March."
Q: Whenever a trainee sneezes in our class, our lecturer says "bless you". There is no such custom in Japan. The same thing happened in today's class, and I burst out laughing in spite of myself. Does this sound natural?
A: In medieval times (around the 12th century), when people sneezed they believed it was because of an evil spirit. It then became custom to say "bless you" after someone sneezes in most Christian countries.
Q: The trainee frequently ask the student “Do you have any questions?” too much while he is explaining the class objectives. He asked it to me one line each, which might cause students to be frustrated. To ask 5 - 6 lines each is enough.

Does this sound natural?
A: @Naohiro, I got you. I'd probably say it like:
-He asked me it after every line.
-He asked that to me after every line
-To ask every 5 - 6 lines is enough.

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