Bedeutung von “study” im Essential American English Dictionary

study

verb us /ˈstʌd·i/ present participle studying, past tense and past participle studied

A1 to learn about a subject, usually at school or college:

I studied biology before going into medicine.

to look at something very carefully:

He studied his face in the mirror.

to examine a subject in detail in order to discover new information:

Researchers have been studying how babies learn to speak.

(Definition von “study verb” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)