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/ riːˈlɜːn /


  1. to learn (something previously known) again

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They also relearn simple tasks, such as how to cook, make a bed, and go to the grocery store.

It took me about two years to unwind the tension, so in that time, I almost had to relearn how to sing.

I had to go back and relearn a lot of what I thought I knew.

He had to go to the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago four different times to relearn walking.

She had to relearn how to do everything—from picking up objects to opening doors to feeding herself.

This reform of the Alphabet would oblige people to relearn the language, or it could not be introduced.

“Pray Heaven you never have to relearn it,” said I, groaning inwardly to think how near I had been to giving her cause.

If, on the contrary, it took you just as long now to relearn as it did originally to learn, the retention would be zero.

He measured the loss by the number of seconds required to relearn the list after it had been once learned.

No one is too old, no one is too fixed in the bad habit to relearn the old trick.


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