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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “trained”

trained

adjective
 
 
/treɪnd/
having been prepared for a particular job or activity, by learning skills, getting qualifications,
訓練,培訓;鍛煉
I didn't realize Philippa was a trained nurse.
我沒想到菲莉帕是個受過專門訓練的護士。
Are you trained in the use of this equipment?
你是否受過訓練使用這個設備?
humorous "Did I hear you say your children cleared up after the party?" "Oh yes, I've got them well-trained!"
「你是不是說派對後你的孩子收拾好屋子?」「是呀,我已經讓他們變得訓練有素了!」
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