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lesson

noun /ˈlesn/
a period of teaching
clase
a French lesson.
something which is learned or taught
lección
The lesson which we learned from the experience was never to trust anyone.
a part of the Bible read in church
lectura
He was asked to read the lesson on Sunday morning.
Translations of “lesson”
in Korean 수업…
in Arabic دَرْس…
in French leçon…
in Italian lezione…
in Chinese (Traditional) (一節)課, 經驗,教訓…
in Russian урок, занятие, предостережение…
in Turkish ders saati, ders…
in Polish lekcja…
in Portuguese lição, aula…
in German die Stunde, die Lektion, die Lesung…
in Catalan lliçó, classe…
in Japanese 授業, レッスン…
in Chinese (Simplified) (一节)课, 经验,教训…
(Definition of lesson from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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