learn definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to get knowledge, comprehension, or mastery of through experience or study.
    • to repair into the mind or memory; memorize: learned the address in a few hours.
    • to obtain connection with or a capability or an art and craft in: discover threshold; discovered tips whistle.
    • To become conscious: learned that it had been well not to argue.
    • to be informed of; determine. See Synonyms at find.
    • Nonstandard To cause to acquire understanding; teach.
    • Obsolete to provide information to.
    • to get understanding or information of; to see by inquiry, study, or research; for training concerning; to correct into the head; to get knowledge of, or ability
    • To communicate knowledge to; to teach.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to get knowledge, information, understanding, or skill: learns rapidly; learned about computer systems; learned regarding the task through friends.
    • To acquire knowledge or ability; in order to make development in learning or ability; for information or instruction.
  • verb:
    • To acquire, or try to obtain understanding or an ability to do one thing.
    • to go to a training course or any other educational task.
    • to work with a poor experience.
    • to enhance, maybe used in an order.
    • become learning.
    • to come quickly to know; in order to become informed of; to find out.
    • To teach.
    • get to know or become aware of, generally accidentally
    • discover, discover, or determine with certainty, frequently by making an inquiry or any other effort
    • impart abilities or understanding to
    • gain knowledge or skills
    • invest in memory; learn by heart
    • be a student of a certain topic
  • others:
    • To gain or get knowledge of or ability in; come to be informed of or knowledgeable about: because, to master grammar; to understand the facts.
    • To teach.
    • To acquire or receive understanding, information, or cleverness; accept training; make money from teaching: because, to master how-to act; the child learns quickly.

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