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apprenticeship

[ uh-pren-tis-ship ]
/ əˈprɛn tɪsˌʃɪp /
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noun
a program or position in which someone learns a trade by working under a certified expert: The course provides students with a good base for securing apprenticeships in the plumbing and gasfitting industries.
the state or position of any learner or novice: His apprenticeship in political struggle was gained in the Spanish Civil War.
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