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Spanish translation of “study”

study

verb /ˈstadi/ (past tense, past participle studied)
to give time and attention to gaining knowledge of a subject
estudiar
What subject is he studying? He is studying French He is studying for a degree in mathematics She’s studying to be a teacher.
to look at or examine carefully
estudiar, examinar, mirar detenidamente
He studied the railway timetable Give yourself time to study the problem in detail.
(Definition of study from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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