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The meaning of "Training" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The training was a leveraged investment for the company as it made their employees more productive. mean?
A: 'leverage' in this sense is a finance term.

The cost of the training is offset by the extra productivity.

So the company gets its money back because the workers are more productive.

You will hear 'leveraged buyout' for example. This is where a loan is used to buy an asset (such as a company), and paid back from the earnings of that asset.
Q: What does stand-down training mean?
A: aahh.. now that information would have helped me give you the right information
Stand down(military) means to go off duty or relax from a state of readiness, particularly in a military situation. Example: Two armies at Red Alert, but given the order to stand down.
Q: What does keep training mean?
A: Keep training?
Q: What does residential training mean?
A: A training which includes overnight(s) stay, as opposed to you going home everyday after the training
Q: What does If it ain't raining, we ain't training.

what does 'training' mean? mean?
A: Thanks a lot :)

Synonyms of "Training" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Training English and English training ?
A: English Training it’s more natural if you’re talking about the class
My english training it’s going well

Training english would be used if you’re talking about it as an activity
I am training english to get a better job
but it would actually be wrong, you must say studying/learning instead, in this situation
Q: What is the difference between a training course and a training department and please give me some sentences where they are used ?
A: The training course is what you go through. The training department is where it is at.

"I took the training course last year."

"I participated in a training course last week."

"Are you attending the upcoming training course?"

"The training department wants to see you."

"I'm going to the training department later."
Q: What is the difference between training and education ?
A: Training is for something that you do physically like first aid or combat training.

Education focuses on information like math, science, literature, etc.

EDIT: 훈련 vs 교육
Q: What is the difference between He is in training for and He is training for ?
A: "in training" sounds like he signed up for a program or class instead of training alone, but they are mostly the same.
Q: What is the difference between She is in training and She is under training ?
A: She is training for the Olympics.
She is under training, do not press her too much.

Hmm, I think the difference is that when you "train" for something, you are trying to become good in it and you may already have some past experience. If you are "under training" someone is helping you become better at something because of your lack of experience.

Translations of "Training"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say “Participants receive hands-on training ON the repair of hybrid engines.”
The original sentence use IN.
If not, how can I choose ON and IN.
A: “Participants receive hands-on training ON the repair of hybrid engines.”
“Participants receive hands-on training IN the repair of hybrid engines.”
Both are OK, they mean the same thing.
:-)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? You need to diversify your training, your concentration and motivation are the most important things to be ( to become) a master in martial arts.
A: You need to diversify your training. Your confidence and motivation are the most important qualities to become a martial arts master.

The sentence can be separated to make it easier to read. Replace 'things' with qualities to make it sound more professional/natural. The phrase 'a master in martial arts' can be retained but 'a martials arts master' is easier to read and understand.

I hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can I get training
A: I’d say that “Can you train me?” or, “Can someone train me?” is a better way of phrasing this, but I’ll say all three :
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does “has had training “ mean?
A: “Has” or have” is the simple present tense. When you say “has had” you’re changing it to a present perfect tense.

He has a ball.
He has had a ball before.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? board-based theoretical and practical training is therefore necessary for a marine engineer.
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Other questions about "Training"

Q: If you love to training with me, subscribe before your enemy do otherwise you will be his bit** does this sound natural?
A: Could be edited to: "If you love training with me, subscribe before your enemy does- otherwise, you will be his bit**".
Q: Keep him training up! does this sound natural?
A: keep training him!

is that what you want to say ㅎ ?
Q: training of earthquake does this sound natural?
A: @yupiv: training for earthquakes; earthquake training
Q: He loves manual training at school and plastic model building at home. does this sound natural?
A: なるほど。

You could call that handicraft, handwork, woodwork, or metalwork.

I used to do woodwork and metalwork but they don't do it in our schools these days.
Q: And I have training from 10am to 5pm everyday in next week . does this sound natural?
A: Your sentence is only "A little unnatural".

Correction:
"I have training from 10am to 5pm everyday next week."

Good work!

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