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learn

verb /ləːn/ ( past tense, past participles learned, learnt)
to gain knowledge or skill (in)
aprender
A child is always learning She wants to learn French She is learning (how) to swim.
to get to know
enterarse, saber
It was then that I learned that she was dead.
learned /-nid/ adjective having or showing great learning
culto, erudito
a learned professor.
learner noun a person who is in process of learning
principiante, aprendiz
a foreign language learner Be patient – I’m only a learner (also adjective) a learner driver.
learning noun knowledge which has been gained by learning
conocimientos, aprendizaje
The professor was a man of great learning.
learner-friendly adjective that is easy or simple for use in learning
de fácil manejo/aprendizaje
This textbook is designed to be learner-friendly.
learning outcome noun the particular knowledge, skill, or behaviour/behavior which a student should have learnt after a period of study
resultados de aprendizaje
The learning outcomes of a programme or module state what it is intended that students will be able to do as a result of completing the learning process.
(Definition of learn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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