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verb [I or T] (PREPARE) 準備     /treɪn/
to prepare or be prepared for a job, activity or sport, by learning skills and/or by mental or physical exercise 訓練,培訓;鍛煉 She trained as a pilot. 她接受過飛行訓練。 [+ to infinitive] Isn't Michael training to be a lawyer? 米迦勒難道不是在接受律師執業訓練嗎? [R + to infinitive] I've had to train myself to be more assertive at work. 我必須鍛煉自己,使自己在工作中更加自信。 She trained hard for the race, sometimes running as much as 60 miles a week. 她為參加賽跑比賽而刻苦訓練,有時一周能跑60英里。 humorous I'm trying to train my boyfriend to do the occasional bit of housework. 我正嘗試訓練我的男友偶爾做點家務。 Teaching in generalExercising and training
(Definition of train verb (PREPARE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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