instruct definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce with knowledge, especially in a methodical method. See Synonyms at show.
    • to provide purchases to; direct.
    • To put in purchase; to create; to organize.
    • To form by communication of real information; to share with your head of; to give understanding or information to; to illuminate; to show; to control.
    • To furnish with guidelines; to advise; to direct; to demand.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To act as an instructor.
  • verb:
    • To teach or direct; to provide guidelines.
    • impart abilities or understanding to
    • make aware of
    • give instructions or guidelines for some task
  • noun:
    • Instruction.
  • adjective:
    • organized; furnished; offered.
    • Instructed; taught; enlightened.
  • others:
    • To put in purchase; form; create; guide.
    • To impart knowledge or information to; inform; teach; especially, to coach in understanding or ability; instruct or teach methodically.
    • To direct or demand; furnish with requests or instructions: because, to instruct an envoy or a body of delegates.
    • To notify; apprise.
    • In Scots law, to adduce proof meant for; confirm; vouch; verify: as, to teach a claim against a bankrupt estate.
    • Furnished; prepared.
    • Instructed; taught.

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