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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapprenticeshipap‧pren‧tice‧ship /əˈprentəsʃɪp/ noun [countable, uncountable]  LEARNthe job of being an apprentice, or the period of time in which you are an apprentice He’s serving an apprenticeship as a printer. a five-year apprenticeship
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apprenticeshipDuring their mid teens many adolescents left home to enter farm service or to begin an apprenticeship.It has created formal internship and apprenticeship programs for students and enabled them to shadow employees on the job.She had, in fact, a difficult double apprenticeship.As he'd nearly finished his apprenticeship, he was understandably loathe to pack it in.He renounced his apprenticeship in 1858 and resolved to follow his eldest brother into the ranks of the Geological Survey.Far From the Madding Crowd brought this period of literary apprenticeship to a triumphant close.Fellini lacked any formal training in cinematography and developed his personal style only after a long apprenticeship as a scriptwriter.One piece of this preparation is the apprenticeship program.
From Longman Business Dictionaryapprenticeshipap‧pren‧tice‧ship /əˈprentəsʃɪp/ noun [countable, uncountable] JOBthe period of time when someone is an apprentice, or the job of an apprenticeBellserved an apprenticeship (=worked as an apprentice) with the shipbuilders Shaw and Hart.young people applying for apprenticeships in engineering
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