verb: learn; 3rd person present: learns; past tense: learned; past participle: learned; past tense: learnt; past participle: learnt; gerund or present participle: learning

1. gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught.
"they'd started learning French" synonyms: acquire a knowledge of, acquire skill in, become competent in, become proficient in, grasp, master, take in, absorb, assimilate, digest, familiarize oneself with; More commit to memory.
"I'd learned too many grim poems in school"
synonyms: memorize, learn by heart, commit to memory, get down pat; archaiccon
"she learned the poem in just a few minutes"
become aware of (something) by information or from observation.
"I learned that they had eaten already"
synonyms: discover, find out, become aware, be informed, hear, hear tell; More

2. archaicinformal
teach (someone).
"“That'll learn you,” he chuckled"

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