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English definition of “wean sb on sth/sb”

wean sb on sth/sb

phrasal verb with wean     /wiːn/ verb [T]
If someone is weaned on something or someone, they have learned about and been influenced by them when they were young: This generation has been weaned on computer games.Teaching in general
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