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trainers, plural;
  1. A person who trains people or animals

  2. An aircraft or simulator used to train pilots

  3. A person whose job is to provide medical assistance to athletes

  4. A soft sports shoe suitable for casual wear

  1. one who trains other persons or animals
  2. flight simulator: simulator consisting of a machine on the ground that simulates the conditions of flying a plane
  3. A trainer is an aircraft used to develop piloting, navigational or war-fighting skills in flight crew.
  4. Trainer is a two-disc compilation released in 2000 by Plaid. It includes the group's rare 1991 debut Mbuki Mvuki, as well as other hard-to-find or unreleased material. Some of the tracks were recorded under Plaid's aliases Atypic, Balil and Tura.
  5. A trainer is a piece of equipment that makes it possible to ride a bicycle without moving forward. They are commonly used to train for races, or when riding conditions outside are not favourable. ...
  6. Trainers work in many different areas, mainly educating employees of companies on specific topics of workplace importance. Some trainers are in-house, and others work for training companies.
  7. Athletic shoe is a generic name for the footwear primarily designed for sports or other forms of physical exercise.
  8. Cheating in video games involves a video game player using non-standard methods for creating an advantage beyond normal gameplay, usually to make the game easier, or may also create unusual effects which do not necessarily make the game easier to play, such as giving characters different ...
  9. a person who trains another; a coach; a running shoe or sneaker; A patch for a video game that applies cheats
  10. (trainers) tennis shoes; sneakers.
  11. (Trainers) 504 • Athena • Cadet • Tutor • Prefect
  12. (Trainers) Bob Harper | Jillian Michaels | Kim Lyons | Shannan Ponton (AU) | Michelle Bridges (AU) | Steve Willis (AU) |
  13. (Trainers) HT-2 · Deepak · Kiran · Sitara
  14. (Trainers) In the UK, tennis shoes or sneakers are generically called trainers, although the popularity of certain brand names has led many British youth to call their shoes “Nikes” or “Chucks”, just like kids here in the US.
  15. (Trainers) The Embraer R-99 and P-99 are a conversion of the ERJ 145 civil regional jet airliner, for military purposes. ... The Embraer R-99 and P-99 are a conversion of the ERJ 145 civil regional jet airliner, for military purposes. ...
  16. (Trainers) These are the general all-purpose running shoes that athletes wear for warming up and less intense training sessions when spikes are not needed. They are heavier and provide more cushioning and support than spikes. ...
  17. (trainers) n. Training shoes - the equivalent of the American sneakers.
  18. Trainers refer to existing material or tell you stories about other people.  Thus trainers must be good communicators and perhaps technical experts but are not originators or the source of their own knowledge. Training is about developing a specific skill set, imparting knowledge. ...
  19. A red-handled non-sharpened knife used for training and practice purposes.
  20. The person or media that trains, instructs, teaches or informs an individual or a group of people.
  21. Instructor of techniques or skills on a specific subject.
  22. A person who helps a Scouters' development of skills and knowledge.
  23. A kennel employee whose responsibilities include preparing greyhounds for racing, and caring for them at all times.
  24. A piece of equipment that a bicycle stands on so that the rear wheel can spin while the bicycle is stationary, allowing stationary riding. These are usually used when the conditions outside are bad.
  25. A person at a worksite who provides technical instruction to the employee, trainee, or student worker. In work-based learning situations, this individual is often the worksite mentor.