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retrain meaning

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  • Verb: retrain  ree'treyn
    1. Teach new skills
      "We must retrain the linguists who cannot find employment" 
    2. Train again
      "He is retraining to become an IT worker"

    Derived forms: retraining, retrained, retrains

    See also: retraining

    Type of: develop, educate, prepare, train

    Encyclopedia: Retrain


  • [Business]
    verb [+ obj or no obj]

    (HR )

    to learn, or to teach sb, a new type of work, a new skill, etc:

    Staff have been retrained to use the new technology.

    I am considering retraining as an IT teacher. See note at RESIGN

    retraining noun [U]:

    Funds are available for worker retraining.

Examples
  • The shop is closed for staff retrain
  • To retrain ourselves we must reparent ourselves
  • Some people retrain to improve their skills and to use new technology
  • Industry, faced with the pressures of a rapidly shifting market, is already designing new methods to retrain its workers
  • Elsewhere, GM must replace aged equipment and retrain aging workers.
  • They could retrain workers and get it done in six months,
  • "I've got to retrain myself,"
  • The fee would go into a fund to retrain American workers.
  • Retain or Retrain : How to Keep the Good Ones From Leaving
  • It is possible to redirect or retrain them with musical therapy.
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