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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuntrainedun‧trained /ˌʌnˈtreɪnd◂/ ●○○ adjective  1 not trained to do something untrained staff2 to the untrained eye/ear
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untrainedYet students who have completed expensive training face the same difficulties as an untrained actor in qualifying for an Equity card.But we had an untrained and undisciplined group, with too many leaders, and things started to break down.Their untrained but nervous eyes, and rumour, vastly exaggerated both the ferocity and size of the advancing army.The records are confusing to anyone untrained in accounting.Untrained nurses are not allowed to treat patients who are seriously ill.These untrained observers should witness a ten-kiloton explosion somewhere on Earth about once a year.Its recommendations focus on dangers posed by the public's exposure to pesticides and their use by untrained people.Their army is made up mostly of untrained volunteers.
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