Learn Synonyms and Antonyms

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Synonyms for Learn

To acquire mentally
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To learn by heart, commit to memory
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To acquire mentally
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To learn, to grasp; to begin to understand.
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To acquire knowledge on a subject.
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To produce a master copy of (an audio or video recording, for example).
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To befall; to affect; to happen to.
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(Idiomatic) To discover, as by asking or exploring.
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To find out
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Acquired by study, experience, etc.
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To provide a memorial for; commemorate.
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A rapid learning process by which a newborn or very young animal establishes a behavior pattern of recognition and attraction towards other animals of its own kind, as well as to specific individuals of its species, such as its parents, or to a substitute for these. Ducklings, for example, will imprint upon and follow the first large moving object they observe. In nature, this is usually their mother, but they can be made to imprint upon other moving objects, such as a soccer ball.
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To acquire mentally
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Based on knowledge or experience
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To find out definitely; to discover or establish.
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To take or acquire (something given or offered); get or be given:
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To cause to do.
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To take in is to observe, absorb or learn something.
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To make known; disclose; reveal
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Thoroughgoing; far-reaching:
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To acquire mentally
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The study of written records, esp. literary texts, in order to determine their authenticity, meaning, etc.
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To reach for and try to seize
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To be completely attentive
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Alternative form of academic.
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The definition of erudite is someone who has wide range of knowledge and is well-read.
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Devoted to learning; studious
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(Uncountable) An act in which something is learned.
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To understand something.
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To acquire mentally
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To drive or draw from the earth.
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To have the power to perceive with the eyes:
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The state of physical fitness that results from such training.
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A philosophical movement of the 1700s that emphasized the use of reason to scrutinize previously accepted doctrines and traditions and that brought about many humanitarian reforms. Used with the.
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Familiarity or understanding of a particular skill, branch of learning etc. [from 14th c.]
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A system or work embracing all knowledge
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The property of being sapient, the property of possessing or being able to possess wisdom.
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To be an apprentice to.
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To discover or ascertain through observation, experience, or study:
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The definition of instruct is to teach something or to tell someone how to do something.
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The definition of absorb means to completely have someone’s attention.
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(Figuratively) To take in; as, to imbibe knowledge.
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To acquire mentally
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To read in a casual or leisurely way
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To acquire mentally
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Knowledgeable or capable (in a specified field)
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The condition of, or the time served by, an apprentice
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To acquire mentally
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To acquire mentally
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To acquire mentally
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To distinguish something as being different from something else; to differentiate.
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To decide or settle (a dispute, for example) conclusively and authoritatively.
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To discern (something hidden or subtle):
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To find out
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(Idiomatic) to find by chance
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(Figuratively) To meet somebody by chance.
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(Idiomatic) To hear about; to learn of, especially with respect to facts intended to have been kept confidential or secret.
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To find out
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Exceedingly wise
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Pedantic; bookish
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Literate (able to read writing in letters).
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Of or characteristic of the Renaissance architectural style of Andrea Palladio.
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All-wise; claiming universal knowledge.
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Pertaining to polymathy; acquainted with many branches of learning.
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These arts, beliefs, and other products considered with respect to a particular subject or mode of expression:
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Erudition is defined as the knowledge of an expert in a subject gained through reading and study.
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The ostentatious display of academic knowledge, or undue attention paid to minor details or formal rules:
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Additional troops, ships, etc.
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The systematized knowledge of a learned person, exhibiting accuracy, critical ability, and thoroughness; erudition
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The definition of acquire means to get or to come into control of something.
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The definition of assimilate is to learn and comprehend.
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To create a summary of a case.
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To examine or go through (books, etc.) so as to collect certain information
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To know or understand by intuition:
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Understand is defined as to know the meaning of something or to grasp the situation.
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To trick or fool, esp. by glib persuasion
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(Northern England) especially (Geordie) To teach or to learn.
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To perceive (sound) by the ear:
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get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally
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get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally
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get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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(UK) Alternative form of memorize.
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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To look at, see, or view for a period of time.
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To acquire mentally
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Of or characteristic of Aristotle or his philosophy
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Given to reading; fond of study; better acquainted with books than with people; learned from books.
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(Computers) Relating to or using a problem-solving technique in which the most appropriate solution of several found by alternative methods is selected at successive stages of a program for use in the next step of the program.
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Being finicky or fastidious, especially with language.
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Any system of thought or action based on the nature, interests, and ideals of humanity; specif., a modern, nontheistic, rationalist movement that holds that humanity is capable of self-fulfillment, ethical conduct, etc. without recourse to supernaturalism
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Mechanical routine; a fixed, habitual, repetitive, or mechanical course of procedure.
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To find out
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To examine something (especially written material) carefully and attentively
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Antonyms for Learn

To cause to learn by example or experience:
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acquire
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To fail to benefit from; let slip:
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To give a view of from above
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Words Related to Learn

To find out; learn of the existence of; realize
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To have (an event, thing, person, etc.) come to mind again; think of again
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Synonym Study

  • Unearth , in its figurative sense, implies a bringing to light, as by diligent search, of something that has been concealed, lost, or forgotten to unearth old documents, to unearth a secret
  • Discover implies a finding out, either by chance or by exploration or study, of something already existing or known to others to discover a star, to discover a plot
  • Determine stresses intention to establish the facts exactly, often so as to settle something in doubt to determine the exact denotation of a word
  • Ascertain implies a finding out with certainty, as by careful inquiry, experimentation, or research I ascertained the firm's credit rating
  • Learn , as considered here, implies a finding out of something, often without conscious effort I learned of their marriage from a friend
Find another word for learn. In this page you can discover 118 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for learn, like: read, gain information, memorize, become well-versed in, pick up, study, master, come-upon, find out, come to know and learned.