learn VERB (past and past part. learned or chiefly Brit. learnt) 1) acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) through study or experience or by being taught. 2) become aware of by information or from observation. 3) memorize. 4) archaic or informal teach.
DERIVATIVES learnable adjective learner noun.
ORIGIN Old English, related to LORE(Cf. ↑lore).

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