Meaning of “learn” - Learner’s Dictionary

learn

verb us uk /lɜːn/ past tense and past participle learned, also UK learnt /lɜːnt/
The book is intended for anyone who wants to learn more about the Internet.Teaching is all about motivating people to learn.Children learn by observing adults.I want to learn Spanish.Many deaf people learn to lip read.
GET SKILL [ I, T ]

A1 to get knowledge or skill in a new subject or activity:

I learned Russian at school.
"Can you drive?" "I'm learning."
She's learned / a lot about computers in the last three months.
[ + to do sth ] I'm learning to play the piano.
Cheese goes in the fridge - will he never learn?
REMEMBER [ T ]

B1 to make yourself remember a piece of writing by reading or repeating it many times:

I don't know how actors learn all those lines.
UNDERSTAND [ I, T ]

B2 to start to understand that you must change the way you behave:

[ + (that) ] She'll have to learn that she can't have everything she wants.
The good thing is, he's not afraid to learn from his mistakes.
→ See also learn your lesson , learn/know the ropes

(Definition of “learn” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)