UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtreɪnɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈtreɪnɪŋ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(trāning)

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. [military, army, medical, career, professional, teacher, technical] training
  2. [group, individual, on-the-job, private, one-to-one] training
  3. [specific, elite, continuous, exclusive] training
  4. [beginner, expert, advanced] training
  5. in- [service, company] training
  6. [formal, regular, standard, traditional] training
  7. [daily, weekly, monthly] training
  8. a [week, day] of hard training
  9. is (currently, still) in training
  10. the [workers, staff, coach] had no (formal) training
  11. training in [martial arts, football, leadership]
  12. have training in (the field of)
  13. need to get training in
  14. [accessories, materials, guidelines, rooms] for training
  15. [go into, start] training for the [race, marathon, mission]
  16. a bit out of training
n as adj
  1. a training [session, workshop, course, coordinator]
  2. training [materials, resources, center]
  3. a [marine, military, soldier, police, terrorist] training camp
  4. a [large, main, secret, hidden] training camp
  5. [a sports, an athletics, an Olympic] training camp
  6. [an alpine, a mountain, a floating] training camp
  7. a training camp for [soldiers, athletes, terrorists]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. train [your dog, a horse] (to)
  2. train it to [come, sit, shake]
  3. train a new [employee, member]
  4. train in a new [employee]
  5. train a new [employee] in
  6. train and [develop, equip, support, educate]
  7. train in [law, medicine]
  8. train to [help, be, work perform, provide]
  9. train for [years]
  10. trained from [birth, childhood] to
  11. has been [expertly, professionally, specifically] trained to
  12. trained by [the best, an expert]
  13. train the [player, team]
  14. trained [several, a few, many] teams
  15. trained for the [match, race, competition, marathon]
  16. train to [win, become the best, be the strongest]
  17. train yourself hard
  18. (can) train yourself to
  19. train [in the gym, in the park, on the pitch, at home]
  20. [the officers', five] guns were trained on him
  21. [all, everyone's] eyes were trained on them
  22. toilet-train your [child, toddler, cat, dog]
  23. has (not) been toilet-trained
  1. a [direct, non-stop, bullet, commuter] train (to)
  2. a [regional, national, intercity, rural] train
  3. a [freight, cargo, passenger] train
  4. the night train (to)
  5. [I'm, left it, got] on the train
  6. [missed, caught] the express train (to)
  7. [missed] my train (to)
  8. [travel, go] by train
  9. [drive, operate, service] a train
  10. take the train (to)
  11. take a train from [New York] to [Boston]
  12. the train takes [30 minutes, two hours] (to get to)
  13. the train [stopped, braked, derailed]
  14. [an artillery, a camel, a baggage, a tank] train
  15. a train of [vehicles, people, impulses]
  16. a train of [aides, servants, security staff]
  17. lost my train of thought
n as adj
  1. train [schedules, timetable, times]
  2. a train [driver, mechanic, inspector]
  3. a train [service, line, tracks, station, journey]
  4. a train [accident, crash, wreck, disaster]
  5. the [speech, party] was a total train wreck
'training' also found in these entries:

Report an inappropriate ad.