|ability to do something well, aptitude; proficiency, expertise; craft or trade that requires special training, something requiring training to do well||skill|
|act of training again; act of training for a new occupation, act of teaching or learning new job skills, learning of new skills||retraining|
|activate, apply, use; train; practice; instruct, activity intended to achieve a particular purpose, carrying out or using something, do exercise s to develop a skill, drill; practice, training; activation, application; gymnastics, calisthenics, exert a...||exercise|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, res...||intern|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, intern||interne|
|aggressive seller, attract customers, offer or advertise something, one who aggressively solicits business; one who scouts race horses in training in order to gain information to aid betting (British); ticket scalper, one who sells tickets for a price ...||tout|
|air base; military station for the Air Force, one of the centers for Air Force training and operations, Alberta||AB|
|alkaline, basic training||basic|
|ancient city in southern Greece that was known for the strict discipline and training of its soldiers||Sparta|
|apprenticeship, position of someone who is in training (for a profession, etc.)||traineeship|
|aquarium for dolphins, large tank for training dolphins (in order to use them in performances in front of audiences)||dolphinarium|
|arms factory, building for military training, collection of weapons, place where arms are manufactured; place where arms are stored, arsenal, resources of any kind, store for weapons||armory|
|assault course, sports course, training area for soldiers||obstacle course|
|attempt to change habitual response, reverse training, reverse conditioning||counterconditioning|
|basic, initial military training||basic training|
|British colonial representative, diplomat, doctor completing a residency, inhabitant, one who lives in a particular location; doctor who is training in a medical specialty; diplomat who lives in a foreign court, inherent, live-in, living in a particula...||resident|
|chain collar for training dog, choke collar||choke chain|
|Computer Based Training(Computers) vocational training in which at least part of the instruction is carried out via computers, computer-based training||CBT|
|condition of having too much training in a particular field||overspecialization|
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