Meaning of cadetship in English:


Pronunciation /kəˈdɛtˌʃɪp/


See cadet

‘The fact that student newspapers cannot possibly compete with the resources of even the smaller independents makes the increasingly rare mentoring schemes, such as cadetships, all the more crucial.’
  • ‘Applications submitted for cadetships for this year are up 50% and there has been a similar boost in interest in the naval service recruitment campaign.’
  • ‘The pair were among 11 young people who were given the opportunity to do cadetships with Northland councils under the regional cadets programme.’
  • ‘He wanted to be an architect and the Public Works Department offered him a cadetship in 1962 but he ended up being talked into trying engineering drafting.’
  • ‘And you progressed from a copy girl to a full-blown cadetship?’