verb (used with object), learned [lurnd] /lɜrnd/ or learnt, learn·ing.
verb (used without object), learned [lurnd] /lɜrnd/ or learnt, learn·ing.
Words nearby learn
Origin of learn
OTHER WORDS FROM learnlearn·a·ble, adjectivemis·learn, verb, mis·learned or mis·learnt, mis·learn·ing.out·learn, verb (used with object), out·learned or out·learnt, out·learn·ing.re·learn, verb, re·learned or re·learnt, re·learn·ing.
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH learnlearn teach
synonym study for learn
Examples from the Web for relearning
She seemed to be relearning that now and her most pressing ambition at this moment was to get the kids to school.Scott Broadwell Proves to Be a Class Act in the Wake of His Wife’s Affair|Michael Daly|November 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This relearning was kept up each day till each person could repeat the syllables from memory without any study.The Science of Human Nature|William Henry Pyle
There were forty pupils there—a few of them farmers, relearning their trade, the rest young men mainly from the cities—novices.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
We have to be always learning and relearning the meaning of our active tendencies.Human Nature and Conduct|John Dewey
There were forty pupils there--a few of them farmers, relearning their trade, the rest young men mainly from the cities--novices.Following the Equator, Part 3|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Life on earth is now entirely a means of relearning how to please Him Whom she has found.The Prodigal Returns|Lilian Staveley
British Dictionary definitions for relearning
verb learns, learning, learned (lɜːnd) or learnt
Derived forms of learnlearnable, adjective
Word Origin for learn
Medical definitions for relearning
Other words from relearningre•learn′ v.
Idioms and Phrases with relearning
In addition to the idioms beginning with learn
- learn by heart
- learn one's lesson
- learn to live with
- by heart, learn
- little knowledge (learning) is a dangerous thing
- live and learn