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Translation of "apprentice" - English-Spanish dictionary

apprentice

noun   /əˈpren.tɪs/
someone who has agreed to work for a skilled person for a particular period of time and often for low payment, in order to learn that person’s skills aprendiz, -iza Most of the work was done by apprentices. an apprentice carpenter11351370
(Definition of apprentice from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apprentice

noun /əˈprentis/
a (usually young) person who is learning a trade aprendiz He joined the company as an apprentice.
apprenticeship noun
the state of being, or the time during which a person is, an apprentice aprendizaje He is serving his apprenticeship as a mechanic.
(Definition of apprentice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “apprentice”
in Vietnamese người học việc…
in Malaysian perantis…
in Thai ผู้ฝึกงาน…
in French apprenti/-ie…
in German der/die Auszubildende(r)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 学徒, 徒弟…
in Turkish çırak…
in Russian ученик…
in Indonesian magang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 學徒, 徒弟…
in Polish praktykant/ka…
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