So he was sent away in 1964 to apprentice at the Rolls-Royce plant in England.
That's why I've argued that it's possible to still love The apprentice even if you hate Trump's politics.
On TV, Trump headlines The apprentice, but on the telephone with me he sounded like he was considering a presidential run.
ANSWER: —Scooter Libby, chief of staff to Dick Cheney, The apprentice, 2005.
Cocker, for his part, worked briefly as an apprentice gasfitter but decided to take the plunge into the world of commercial music.
Arkwright invented the spinning machines, while a barber's apprentice.
His son William has been with me this winter, and goes in May to be an apprentice to a mason.
The master told him to "go on Morsing," and, when he received any information, to send the apprentice down to him with it.
I understood, Marzak, that thou art sailing with us as apprentice.
All this he could accomplish while earning his daily wages as an apprentice or a common laborer.
c.1300, from Old French aprentiz "someone learning" (13c., Modern French apprenti, taking the older form as a plural), also as an adjective, "unskilled, inexperienced," from aprendre (Modern French apprendre) "to learn; to teach," contracted from Latin apprehendere (see apprehend). Shortened form prentice long was more usual in English.
1630s, from apprentice (n.). Related: Apprenticed; apprenticing.