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See the entry fortrained.
Past participle oftrain. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (qualified)
a. calificado (staff or workforce)
Regionalism used in Latin America: all the countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Does not include Spain.
(Latin America)
The new technology will require a highly trained workforce.La nueva tecnología hará necesaria una mano de obra altamente calificada.
b. cualificado (staff or workforce)
Regionalism used in Spain
You should always get your car serviced by a trained mechanic.Un mecánico cualificado siempre debería revisarte el coche.
c. titulado (teacher or nurse)
There is a shortage of trained language teachers at our university.Faltan profesores de idiomas titulados en nuestra universidad.
2. (coached)
a. adiestrado
Police searched the building with the help of trained dogs.La policía registró el edifico con la ayuda de perros adiestrados.
b. amaestrado
Trained killer whales will allow their trainers to ride on their backs.Las orcas amaestradas permitirán que sus entrenadores se monten en sus espaldas.
3. (discerning)
a. educado (ear or voice)
Only a trained ear can tell the difference between those two sounds.Solo un oído educado puede notar la diferencia entre esos dos sonidos.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. experto(a)
2. (hum)
her husomebodyand is very well trained!¡qué marido tan apañado tiene!
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trained [treɪnd]
1 [+teacher, nurse] titulado; [+worker, staff] cualificado; [+animal] (for task) adiestrado; (to do tricks) amaestrado
there was a lack of trained men and equipment faltaban hombres entrenados y equipo; she is a trained singer ha recibido formación de cantante; ha estudiado canto
I'm a trained nurse The procedure is carried out by trained nurses trained counsellors are on hand the centre is run by trained volunteers a trained nanny a trained hypnotherapist/dental nurse they lack the knowledge of trained professionals they are crude fellows but trained killers, both of them she is a highly trained singer The lack of trained workers contributes to the problem They had a free creche with trained staff Trained pigeons are used for this purpose He played violin and sang while trained dogs danced at his feet
we have counsellors trained to deal with these sorts of problems tenemos asesores capacitados para llevar este tipo de problemas
to be trained [for] sth this is what I was trained for the nursery is run by [fully]-trained staff a fully-trained nurse
they have a highly-trained workforce tienen una mano de obra altamente cualificada; a well-trained army un ejército disciplinado; un ejército bien entrenado
a well-trained horse
2 [+eye, ear, voice] educado
The facts on Foetal Alcohol Syndrome were discovered 20 years ago, but even today it can go undetected. It takes a trained eye to spot it to the trained eye, the electrocardiogrom points up timing faults, contraction abnormalities, other heart problems only a trained eye can tell the difference between them
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