Trained Definition

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1. " this is a function for which industrial engineers are uniquely trained, " says Thonmas Hodgson, with the design and manufacturing division at NSF. 1
2. "The variation we see in insulin secretion in humans and susceptibility to diabetes is likely related to this clock mechanism, " said Bass, an endocrinologist trained in molecular genetics. 1
3. A 2006 study, published in a leading cancer journal, suggested dogs could be trained to identify microscopic quantities of certain biochemicals excreted by cancer cells. 1
4. A canine dog those have be trained to attack burglars, etc. 1
5. A classically trained pianist, Audrey Sumner taught her son the piano an instrument which he mastered. 1
6. A detective is trained to take note of people and things. 1
7. A docent is a trained guide who works in a museum. This person points out works of art or other exhibits to the untrained eye. 1
8. A feed-forward back propagating neural network is trained to achieve and maintain control of the unstable periodic orbits embedded in a chaotic attractor on the inputs of parameter perturbation model. 1
9. A fiery steed is not trained in a courtyard, nor does a pine grow sturdy in a greenhouse. 1
10. A foot massage by a trained chiropodist is sure to put the spring back into your step and treatments start at £15. 1
11. A giant helicopter was hovering overhead, its spotlight trained on the field below. 1
12. A highly skilled workforce trained in designing and manufacturing high-quality, high value-added products at low cost, with shorter lead times. 1
13. A police dog, trained to sniff out explosives, found evidence of a bomb in the apartment. 1
14. A rookie n . policeman or trained teacher makes less than half that. 1
15. a scientist trained in radiological technology. 1
16. A shortage of teachers trained in social sciences could undermine attempts to introduce compulsory citizenship lessons into schools, campaigners warn. 1
17. A simple monochrome digital video camera is fitted to the hoe and trained on the crop just in front of the machine. 1
18. A specially trained person has to pilot the ship out of these dangerous waters. 1
19. A specially trained team tortured a single victim; each member of the team reinforced the others and shared the responsibility. 1
20. A team of police who are specially - trained to remove and deactivate bombs. 1
21. A trained and skilled practitioner can tailor a session to treat insomnia by reducing muscular tension and promoting relaxation. 1
22. A trained cosmetologist applies current beauty technology in creative, imaginative ways to satisfy the needs of a diverse clientele. 1
23. A trained dog can act as a guide to a blind person. 1
24. A trained health worker recorded the presence or absence of 31 clinical signs, such as difficulty in feeding and lethargy, and a paediatrician then assessed each case for severe illness. 1
25. A trained midwife could have given her a deworming pill and iron supplements early in the pregnancy, addressing that anemia and strengthening her. 1
26. A trained nuclear engineer, Carter worked under famed Admiral Hyman Rickover, the father of the Navy's nuclear program, on the "Sea Wolf," an atomic submarine. 1
27. A trained psychiatric nurse, he is the current artist in residence at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. 1
28. A trained signaller can tap out messages at treat speed on the Morse key. 1
29. A trained singer knows when her voice is in tune. 1
30. A trained therapy dog named Puppy eventually broke the back of her selective mutism. 1




  - having been taught a particular skill or type of behavior through practice and instruction over a period of time.


  - teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behavior through practice and instruction over a period of time.


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