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educate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To develop the inborn capabilities of, especially by schooling or training. See Synonyms at show.
    • to offer with understanding or learning a specific location or for a certain function: chose to teach by herself in foreign languages; joined a seminary becoming informed for priesthood.
    • to offer with information; inform: a campaign that informed the general public towards problems of smoking.
    • to carry to an awareness or acceptance: hoped to educate the voters toward requirement for increased shelling out for general public schools.
    • To stimulate or develop the emotional or moral development of.
    • to build up or improve (one's flavor or admiration, for example).
    • To bring up or guide the capabilities of, as a young child; to build up and cultivate, whether physically, mentally, or morally, but more commonly limited by the psychological activities or sensory faculties; to enhance, improve, and discipline, due to the fact head, a faculty, etc.; to make and regulate the maxims and personality of; to get ready and complement any calling or business by organized training; to create; to teach; to instruct
    • to build up the inborn capabilities of, specifically by schooling or training. See Synonyms at train.
    • to give with knowledge or learning a specific area and for a specific purpose: made a decision to teach by herself in foreign languages; entered a seminary become informed for priesthood.
    • to supply with information; inform: a campaign that educated the public in regards to the hazards of cigarette smoking.
    • To bring to an awareness or acceptance: wished to teach the voters into the requirement for increased shelling out for public schools.
    • To stimulate or develop the emotional or ethical development of.
    • to build up or refine (one's flavor or appreciation, as an example).
    • to create up or guide the powers of, as a kid; to produce and cultivate, whether physically, psychologically, or morally, but more commonly restricted to the psychological activities or senses; to expand, enhance, and control, as the mind, a faculty, etc.; to create and manage the concepts and personality of; to organize and fit for any calling or business by systematic training; to create; to coach; to teach
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to show or instruct a person or group.
    • To teach or teach an individual or group.
  • verb:
    • to instruct or train
    • show or refine is discriminative in flavor or judgment
    • give an education to
    • create by training and training
    • to teach or teach
    • show or refine becoming discriminative in taste or judgment
    • give an education to
    • create by training and teaching
  • others:
    • To impart knowledge and emotional and moral education to; develop psychologically and morally by training; cultivate; qualify by instruction and training for company and duties of life.
    • Synonyms to show, back, control, develop, nurture, breed, indoctrinate, school, drill.
    • To give knowledge and mental and ethical training to; develop psychologically and morally by training; cultivate; be considered by training and education for business and obligations of life.
    • Synonyms To teach, rear, discipline, develop, cultivate, breed, indoctrinate, school, exercise.
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