Definition of 'learn'
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She said that there were important lessons to be learnt from the death of her husband. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have to learn the hard way. The Sun (2017)Two weeks to learn something like that? Times, Sunday Times (2016)What have you learnt from experiences with past managers that could be of value to me? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Me and my son had to learn the hard way. The Sun (2016)That is something we can learn from in our batting and bowling. The Sun (2017)What did she learn from the experience? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They let you learn that way. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In addition to having to learn to walk again, she suffered from posttraumatic stress syndrome. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In 1996 he suffered a stroke and had to learn to speak again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The army veteran may have to learn to walk again. The Sun (2015)Some of them just take the risk and learn along the way. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We learned by experience that we have to keep all three in mind. A Channel of Peace (1993)Youngsters with learning difficulties gain experience of the hotel trade. The Sun (2015)Your logical side impresses at work and learning something new goes smoothly. The Sun (2006)Do we have to learn that lesson again? The Sun (2015)Others see it as a way of learning about the past. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They need to experience risk and learn how to deal with it when they get older. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You need to put your time in to learning something properly before overseeing others. The Sun (2014)Perhaps she can learn from his experience and laidback manner. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You are doing something like learning to dance and you are spending hours together. The Sun (2013)It remains one of the most entertaining ways you can learn a little bit of history. The Sun (2013)Managers learn from experience how to cope with routine problems. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)This means learning to cook again. The Sun (2007)Who can afford learning for learning 's sake? Christianity Today (2000)When did teaching to targets take over from learning for learning 's sake? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The more you learn, the better you become at learning. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We simply have to learn it all again, to think bigger. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I was very sorry indeed to learn of his death. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I learnt of her death in prison. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is much to be gained by learning to enjoy the cuisine of cultures other than one's own. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)In facing my own death I learnt about what really matters in life. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'learn'
British English: learn /lɜːn/ VERB
When you learn, you obtain knowledge or a skill through studying or training.
Their children are going to learn English.
You need to learn how to use a computer.
- American English: learn
- Arabic: يَتَعَلَّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aprender
- Chinese: 学习
- Croatian: učiti
- Czech: učit se
- Danish: lære tilegne sig
- Dutch: leren
- European Spanish: aprender
- Finnish: oppia
- French: apprendre
- German: lernen
- Greek: μαθαίνω
- Italian: apprendere
- Japanese: 学ぶ
- Korean: 배우다
- Norwegian: lære
- Polish: nauczyć się
- European Portuguese: aprender
- Romanian: a învăța
- Russian: изучать
- Spanish: aprender
- Swedish: lära (sig)
- Thai: เรียน
- Turkish: öğrenmek
- Ukrainian: вчитися
- Vietnamese: học
Definition of learn from the Collins English Dictionary
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