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teach

verb   /tiːtʃ/ ( past tense and past participle taught)
A1 to give classes in a particular subject at a school, university, etc. enseñar, dar clases (de) He teaches history.
A2 to show or explain to someone how to do something enseñar My dad taught me to drive.
B1 If a situation teaches you something, it gives you new knowledge or helps you to understand something. enseñar The experience taught him to be more careful.
(Definition of teach from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

teach

verb /tiːtʃ/ ( past tense, past participle taught /toːt/)
to give knowledge, skill or wisdom to a person; to instruct or train (a person) enseñar She teaches English / the piano Experience has taught him nothing.
teacher noun
a person who teaches, especially in a school maestro, profesor a French/history/physics teacher.
teaching noun
the work of teacher enseñanza Teaching is a satisfying job ( also adjective) the teaching staff of a school.
guidance or instruction lección She followed her mother’s teaching.
something that is taught enseñanza, doctrina one of the teachings of Buddha.
(Definition of teach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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