見習い, 見習弟子, 徒弟, 内弟子, 丁稚, ヘルパー, 年期者
Noun(1) works for an expert to learn a trade
Verb(1) be or work as an apprentice
(1) Boys, too, were often encouraged to go to technical schools or to begin work as an apprentice in a trade.(2) an apprentice electrician(3) In preparation for this four-year course he has been attempting to find a plumber who would be willing to take him on during this period as an apprentice .(4) With 239 winners to his credit, he leads all other apprentice riders in wins and ranks 17th overall through Wednesday.(5) The twenty four year-old apprentice novelist volunteered to fight for the League and was injured in ├ö├ç├┐face and chest├ö├ç├û.(6) Real learning begins with an apprentice working at the elbow of a master craftsman, but there were not enough scholarly elbows to go around as the numbers swelled.(7) an apprentice confidence trickster(8) The man, last year's champion apprentice jockey, had no trouble finding the winner's circle at Del Mar.(9) This language has an old-fashioned ring, and was designed for a minor becoming an apprentice in a skilled trade.(10) The station was loaded up with apprentice bingo callers and Algonquin grads who were grateful to have a job.(11) Learning the trade and being an apprentice for years only to then acquire years of on the job experience is what custom furniture is all about.(12) Young people are amongst the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs - or apprentice millionaires - in Australia.(13) We can no longer think of ourselves as apprentice angels.(14) Britain's champion apprentice rider two years ago, he will take up a new post as a stable-jockey near Thirsk when the Flat turf season kicks into gear in March.(15) Including the source code in a virus is like adding DIY instructions for apprentice hackers, since it makes it easier for the less-skilled to make many more versions of new viruses.(16) The stricken animal tangled with another horse, Don Argento, felling his fellow apprentice jockey.
(1) master and apprentice :: マスターと弟子
1. trainee ::
3. probationer ::
4. novice ::
5. beginner ::
6. starter ::
7. cadet ::
8. tenderfoot ::
9. pupil ::
10. student ::
11. rookie ::
12. newbie ::
13. greenhorn ::
1. vet ::
2. veteran ::
Different Formsapprentice, apprenticed, apprentices, apprenticeship, apprenticeships, apprenticing
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