1. somewhere between…and… 在…与…之间
例句：It can last somewhere between four and seven years.
2. play down 贬低
例句：In this country we have a nasty tendency to play down the role of our skilled tradesmen.
3. replace…with… 以…代替…
例句：It is a highly skilled art and it’s hopeful that we can replace our master tailors as they retire with new up and coming individuals who'll carry the craft on.
Keith J Levett, Tailor: An awful lot of handcraft tailoring goes into a bespoke suit. Maybe sixty or seventy hours in all using techniques which have not altered in a couple of centuries. In this trade you really do have to start when you leave school. An apprenticeship in tailoring is a very old-fashioned affair.
It can last somewhere between four and seven years. You will learn more in the space of a few weeks with master tailors than you ever will learn at college.
On-screen text: Apprentice Piece Dress Coat as worn by Lord Nelson 1800
Keith Levett: In this country we have a nasty tendency to play down the role of our skilled tradesmen. On the continent they're regarded very much as artisans. It is a highly skilled art and it’s hopeful that we can replace our master tailors as they retire with new up and coming individuals who'll carry the craft on.
Walé Adeyemi: Tailoring is the basis of everything. Once you've learnt tailoring then you can basically do anything in fashion.
On-screen text: Walé Adeyemi Designer Studio, Brick Lane, London E1
Woman: So what do you think of that?
Walé Adeyemi: The colour's really good.
On-screen text: As worn by Victoria Beckham, 2000
Woman: It's really classy, isn't it? I think she'll like that.
Walé Adeyemi: Yeah yeah, that's good.
I started off by buying a lot of old clothing, second-hands, taking it apart, putting it back together again. Seeing how it was made.
So do you think we're on schedule for everything and the orders and stuff?
Man: We're more or less on schedule...
Walé Adeyemi: Then I decided I obviously wanted to go deeper into it and wanted to go to college. There's a lot of good colleges out there and you've got to use the opportunities what you can, you know. It's not really about the college you go—it's about what you get out of the course. You know, using all the facilities, all the new technologies that are coming out, you've got all those at college because when you leave, that's it, you know. You've got to pay for everything, if you haven't got the machine, you haven't got the machine.