Definition of 'trainer'
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With his trainer in such good form he should able to roar home. The Sun (2016)It is hard work but we want to have a go at being champion trainer one day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You get an assigned personal trainer to recommend specific classes and to help with nutrition. The Sun (2016)Horses leaving the champion trainer might not usually be expected to improve. The Sun (2016)Now you'll find most trainers running horses right through the year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Secondly, it might open a door to a permanent job with a leading trainer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The top three makeover purchases for blokes are health foods, new trainers and gym membership. The Sun (2017)The Dorset trainer dashed away saying he had a runner in the third. The Sun (2016)These turquoise trainers offer good grip and great support, perfect for a range of sports. The Sun (2016)Love that makes you laugh more and stress less links you to a fitness trainer, while settled partners share special news. The Sun (2016)The plan has always been to marry up horses to trainers who suit them. Times, Sunday Times (2015)My personal trainer is always with me. The Sun (2015)We have been together for three years and are personal trainers in different gyms. The Sun (2010)Other teams had their coach and fitness trainer. The Sun (2015)The trainer has racing in the blood. The Sun (2011)Splash out on some good boots or trainers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He now works as a personal trainer. The Sun (2015)Those who can afford it splash hundreds of pounds for a personal trainer at the gym. The Sun (2011)He has a set up and a string of horses that any trainer would be proud to have. The Sun (2006)She liked him from the first time she met him at the local gym where he was a fitness trainer. The Sun (2010)Button up a shirt right to the neck and team with track pants and wedge trainers for slick sports luxe. The Sun (2013)And she reckons the brides have to wear trainers as it is impossible to deal with the weight in high heels. The Sun (2010)He was wearing jeans and trainers. The Sun (2013)Football managers lose their jobs for less but racehorse trainers work in a different environment, where downturns can be utterly beyond their control. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The champion trainer said: 'He is sound again and he was happy on his foot. The Sun (2014)Now he has reinvented himself as Cuba's leading personal trainer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'trainer'
British English: trainer /ˈtreɪnə/ NOUN
A trainer is someone who teaches you the skills you need to be able to do something.
- American English: trainer
- Arabic: مُدَرِّب
- Brazilian Portuguese: treinador
- Chinese: 教官
- Croatian: instruktor
- Czech: trenér
- Danish: træner
- Dutch: trainer
- European Spanish: entrenador
- Finnish: valmentaja
- French: formateur
- German: Trainer
- Greek: προπονητής
- Italian: allenatore
- Japanese: コーチ
- Korean: 훈련관
- Norwegian: instruktør
- Polish: trener
- European Portuguese: treinador
- Romanian: instructor
- Russian: тренер
- Spanish: entrenador
- Swedish: tränare
- Thai: ผู้ฝึก
- Turkish: eğitmen spor vb
- Ukrainian: тренер
- Vietnamese: huấn luyện viên
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