synonym study for training
OTHER WORDS FROM traininghalf-training, adjectivenon·train·ing, adjective, nounpre·train·ing, nounself-training, noun
How to use training in a sentence
In Afghanistan, U.S. agencies would have to incorporate gender-based violence concerns into trainings and programs.
The trainings are six- to eight-hours long and are conducted by Finnigan or VanVonderen the day before the actual intervention.
More recently an African-American resident attended one of my police-resident trainings on this topic.
The Gipsies, from these constant trainings, became exceedingly dexterous at picking pockets.A History of the Gipsies|Walter Simson
At the regimental trainings in his native town, he had often been told how well he looked in a military dress.Olive Leaves|Lydia Howard Sigourney
Thus has Cyprian had that most useful of all trainings, action, not books.The Letters of Cassiodorus|Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)
They had to attend the trainings, but were assigned the most servile duties.History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1|George W. Williams
It is not probable that any trainings of art can give these endowments to him who has not received them from the gift of nature.Thoughts on Man|William Godwin
British Dictionary definitions for training
- the process of bringing a person, etc, to an agreed standard of proficiency, etc, by practice and instructiontraining for the priesthood; physical training
- (as modifier)training college
- undergoing physical training
- physically fit