Definition of highly trained in English:

highly trained

adjective

  • Trained to a very high standard in a particular skill.

    ‘pharmacists are highly trained professionals’
    • ‘He says he has lost half a dozen highly trained workers in the past two months.’
    • ‘The pool of highly trained labor is appealing.’
    • ‘The highly trained, critically acclaimed former actor's double take was flawless.’
    • ‘There is a highly trained, professionally competent radiologist who is, at age 45, at the height of his career.’
    • ‘Competition culture provided the highly trained dancers for Riverdance.’
    • ‘Highly trained, dedicated lawyers heroically defend their clients.’
    • ‘The study was conducted by highly trained financial analysts in my full-time employ.’
    • ‘The greenhouse industry is in need of highly trained undergraduates having higher-order thinking skills.’
    • ‘There's an ingrained distrust in our society of highly intelligent, highly trained, highly competent persons.’
    • ‘It consists of a specialized software program, operated by highly trained interviewers.’