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1prentice

noun pren·tice \ˈpren-təs\

Definition of PRENTICE

prentice adjective

Origin of PRENTICE

Middle English prentis, short for apprentis
First Known Use: 14th century

2prentice

verb
pren·ticedpren·tic·ing

Definition of PRENTICE

transitive verb

First Known Use of PRENTICE

1598

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