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

The meaning of "Trainer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does trainer

sneaker mean?
A: In UK English, trainer/s means a shoe/s made for sports. Sneakers, running shoes and others are US English terms for sports shoes.
Q: What does About the best the trainer can do is to feed the dog. What is the exact meaning of "about?" And what is the word class of "about?" mean?
A: (그것)쯤
그 정도(까지)
Word class? If you mean Adverb/Adjective/Noun/Verb, it's an adverb^^

Example: He would do just about anything for me→ He would do anything for me (it emphasizes "anything")
Meanimg: (To make me happy/win my heart) he will do whatever I ask/want.
Q: What does trainers mean?
A: It usually means shoes like sneakers. Or it could be a person who trains you to get fit or complete a goal
Q: What does Before you head out, go and speak with your trainer. mean?
A: Head out means to leave and go somewhere :)

Synonyms of "Trainer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trainer and coach ?
A: In sports there is usually one head coach who oversees everything that goes on. His word is final in anything that has to do with the team. He calls all the plays and substitutions.

On a sports team you will find many trainers. For example you have a medical trainer who is a expert in medicine. He only deals with medical issues such as getting an injured players health back to normal.
Q: What is the difference between trainer and coach and manager ?
A: Trainer is usually somebody who teaches you personally, coach is for team. And manager is someone who can control and direct within the business.
~I work out in the gym with the TRAINER
~The COACH of our team used to be a professional footbolist.
~I would like to talk to a sales MANAGER.
Q: What is the difference between trainers and runners and sneakers ?
A: They all mean the same thing. However, it's more common to say trainers in the UK and sneakers in the USA. Runners isn't a very common word that we use. I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between " The trainer are either expertise in martial art or have had military training " and "The trainer are either experts in martial art or have had military training" ?
A: the second one is the correct one.
Q: What is the difference between trainer and trainee ?
A: Trainer= the teacher, the instructor

Trainee= the one learning, the student

Translations of "Trainer"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? trainer chala geya ise hindi main kese bolenge plz tell me
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ?
"are they these your trainers?" or "are these your trainers?"
A: Are these your trainers?

Other questions about "Trainer"

Q: hey I'm Blue. whenever I see a strong trainer, I just have to battle them. Nice to meet you does this sound natural?
A: Natural, but I did not hear "to" at the end.
Q: If I am trainer, " I am making a training, I am saying a training, I am having a training", which is correct?
A: It would be 'I am training.'
Or to make it clear that you are training someone else you could say 'I am training them.'
Because 'I am training' can also mean you are the one being trained.
hope this helps!
Q: Let’s say that you are a personal trainer or a Karate Teacher... does it sound ok to say that your STUDENTS are very dedicated?

Personal trainer: “ My STUDENTS are very dedicated, they follow everything I say. “
A: Karate teacher: my students
Personal trainer: my trainees
Q: When I speak English with my English trainer, I sometimes feel that I may not answer a question even if the question would be even in Japanese. That’s why I’m now trying to improve my vocabulary and the skill to organize my mind. does this sound natural?
A: When I speak English with my English teacher/professor/tutor, I sometimes feel that I may be unable to answer a question even if the question is in Japanese. That’s why I’m now trying to improve my vocabulary and my fluency to organize my mind. 
Q: 'I dressed these trainers because those heels are comfortable.'

Is this sentence correct?
A: I would replace 'dressed' with 'wore'

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