- knowledge gained from books or study rather than personal experience
noun: book learning
- 1. knowledge gained from books or study rather than personal experience he is short on book learning but long on integrity and know-how
- IPA[ˈbo͝ok ˌlərniNG]
- knowledge gained from books or study; mere theory: knowledge based on experience rather than book learning
Oxford American Dictionary
1.I finished the work with Jenny's help. 這裡的with要如何解釋? 2. With the book, you can learn Chinese well. 這裡的with又是什麼意思?
...'s help. 靠著甄妮的協助我把工作做完了。 2. With the book, you can learn Chinese well. 有了這本書，你中文可以學得很好。
...warm, harmonious - let us see her growth. When I read this book, learned a lot after, but also to understand the importance of learning and growing...
... book so much that you don’t want to learn anything and just close your book? Well, learning is so hard! So difficult! So boring! So much work...