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  1. learn

    • IPA[lərn]

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    • v.
      gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught;commit to memory
    • verb: learn, 3rd person present: learns, gerund or present participle: learning, past tense: learned, past participle: learned

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    • v.
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    • 1. gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught:

      they'd started learning French

      she is learning to play the piano

    • 2. commit to memory:

      I'd learned too many grim poems in school

    • 3. become aware of (something) by information or from observation:

      I learned that they had eaten already

      the military learned of a plot to attack the presidential compound

    • 4. teach (someone):

      “That'll learn you,” he chuckled

      we'll have to learn you to milk cows

    • adj. (of a person) having acquired much knowledge through study:

    • a learned, generous, and notoriously absent-minded man

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    • adj. (of a person) having much knowledge acquired by study:

    • a learned, generous, and notoriously absent-minded man

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    • acquire a greater understanding of the world through a particular unpleasant or stressful experience

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    • used to acknowledge that a fact is new to one

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    • used to acknowledge that a fact is new to one

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    • used, especially in spoken English, to acknowledge that a fact is new to one

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    • used to acknowledge that a fact is new to one

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    • ph. (1872–1961), US jurist and writer; full name Billings Learned Hand. He wrote over 2,000 opinions as judge of the US Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 1924–51. He authored The Spirit of Liberty (1952) and The Bill of Rights (1958).

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    • v.
      gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught:
    • they'd started learning French

      she is learning to play the piano

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