learn

All Verb
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  • As a result, they may keep on learning new material throughout their career.
  • Much of the early research was based on how young children learn.
  • Many learn to read and write and some are able to do paid work.
  • A college-level military academy is an institute of higher learning of things military.
  • He learned French, which became the language he used most frequently in writing.
  • Is language something that all humans are born with or something that they learn?
  • The band is also given music to learn for their show.
  • She refused the part when she learned that she would be required to die on stage.
  • I have just learn'd that nothing will be decided this week. Cited from The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Vol. 6: Letters 1821-1842, by Lamb
  • The officer told him he better learn how to box first.
  • However, this important type of learning only takes place in a very limited period of time.
  • I had thought, my lord, to have learn'd his health of you. Cited from King Richard II, by William Shakespeare
  • Students are expected to learn skills that they will need when they complete their education.
  • The student should learn something from every piece he/she plays.
  • I learned from him in six weeks things I never would have learned otherwise.
  • During her first series she learned she was being paid less than the camera man.
  • They cannot figure it out on their own, and never learn.
  • It is later learned that the father of this child was Desire.
  • Occasionally writing in a different language would also help the student learn more about that certain language.
  • Only later did the family learn of the friend's death.
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Meaning of learn

  • verb Gain knowledge or skills
    She learned dancing from her sister, I learned Sanskrit, Children acquire language at an amazing rate
  • verb Get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally
    I learned that she has two grown-up children, I see that you have been promoted
  • verb Be a student of a certain subject
    She is reading for the bar exam