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Definition of "apprenticing" []

  • Present participle of apprentice. (verb)

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Use "apprenticing" in a sentence
  • "The brainchild of half-Japanese, half-Mexican musician Mario Hernandez (he got the idea apprenticing at an Italian place), the CD features sides like "Hash Browns to Lay Yer A-- Down" and songs like "Sugar and Salt.""
  • "But nothing goes easily in this world, and one day the lady superintendent conceived the idea of apprenticing me to a tanner. ""
  • "When Lee Miller started apprenticing 35 years ago in Austin, Texas, his mentor, legendary boot maker Charlie Dunn, said to him, "You're a damn Yankee, but I won't hold that against you.""
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