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serve an apprenticeship

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishserve an apprenticeshipserve an apprenticeshipBECto learn a job or skill by working for a particular period of time for someone who has a lot of experience serve
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serve an apprenticeshipWhen he was older, Taylor did serve an apprenticeship and did work as a laborer and machinist.I served an apprenticeship, worked hard and now I am in the wrong and it is not my fault.
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