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Apprentice

One who learns a trade or occupation by working directly under a skilled person. For example, an apprentice may study under a blacksmith to learn the trade. The apprentice may be paid a small amount or may simply receive room and board.

apprentice

see TRAINING.
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As a result, the majority of qualifying apprentices stay with the firms they apprenticed with, taking on new responsibilities - becoming managers and supervisors - and perhaps guiding the new intake of apprentices through their qualifications.
The majority of apprentices stay with the firms they apprenticed with.
It was common custom in North Carolina, although not found in any statute, that a white child could only be apprenticed above the age of fourteen with parental consent, because the child was of an age where he or she could contribute to family income.
You will be apprenticed to the wool guild, become a merchant, and like it
He has done well for himself and he has done well for the trainers and owners who have employed him, and he has done well for the man he is apprenticed to, Richard Hannon.
Allan and Kabnis, both apprenticed as blacksmiths, are restive in their practical business.