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learning

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈlɜːnɪŋ/
the process of getting an understanding of something by studying it or by experience: Knowledge and learning are essential factors for achieving successful outcomes. Continuous learning and acquiring new skills are pivotal for sustaining achievements. →  See also action learning , distance learning , e-learning , lifelong learning , organizational learning , workplace learning
Translations of “learning”
in Korean 학습…
in Arabic تَعلّم…
in Portuguese aprendizajem…
in Catalan aprenentatge…
in Japanese 学習…
in Italian apprendimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) (對知識的)學習, (學來的)知識,學識…
in Russian изучение…
in Turkish öğrenme, kavrama, bilgili olma…
in Chinese (Simplified) (对知识的)学习, (学来的)知识,学识…
in Polish uczenie się, nauka, wiedza…
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