Learn

глагол; прошедшее время, причастие прошедшего времени learned, learnt 1) учиться; учить (что-либо); научиться (чему-либо) Например: to learn French — учить французский язык to learn by / from experience — учиться на опыте to learn one's lesson — получить хороший урок to learn by / from one's mistakes — учиться на своих ошибках She learned everything from me. — Она всему училась у меня. She is learning to drive. — Она учится водить машину. They are learning how to dance. — Они учатся танцевать. She'll just have to learn to live with it. — Ей придётся смириться с этим. to learn by heart — учить наизусть to learn by rote — зубрить 2) узнавать Например: to learn about / of something — узнавать о чём-либо We have learned that she has found a job. — Мы узнали, что она нашла работу. Синоним(ы): find - learn off

Большой англо-русский словарь

Learn

глагол 1) общая лексика учиться, обучаться Например: to learn a trade — обучаться ремеслу Синоним(ы): study 2) общая лексика учить; зубрить, заучивать; запоминать Например: to learn by heart — учить наизусть to learn the lines of a play — заучивать строки из пьесы Синоним(ы): memorize 3) общая лексика узнавать (о чем-либо), быть осведомленным Например: to learn the news — узнавать новости We have learned that she has found a job. — Мы узнали, что она нашла работу. Синоним(ы): discover Смотри: learning, learner

Англо-русский словарь экономических терминов

Learn

- learn to creep before you leap

Англо-русский фразеологический словарь

Learn

verb (learned; learning) Etymology: Middle English lernen, from Old English leornian; akin to Old High German lernēn to learn, Old English last footprint, Latin lira furrow, track transitive verb 1. a. (1) to gain knowledge or understanding of or skill in by study, instruction, or experience
Example: learn a trade (2) memorize
Example: learn the lines of a play b. to come to be able
Example: learn to dance c. to come to realize
Example: learned that honesty paid 2. a. nonstandard teach b. obsolete to inform of something 3. to come to know ; hear
Example: we just learned that he was ill intransitive verb to acquire knowledge or skill or a behavioral tendency Synonyms: see discoverlearnable adjectivelearner noun Usage: Learn in the sense of “teach” dates from the 13th century and was standard until at least the early 19th
Example: made them drunk with true Hollands—and then learned them the art of making bargains — Washington Irving. But by Mark Twain's time it was receding to a speech form associated chiefly with the less educated
Example: never done nothing for three months but set in his back yard and learn that frog to jump — Mark Twain. The present-day status of learn has not risen. This use persists in speech, but in writing it appears mainly in the representation of such speech or its deliberate imitation for effect.

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера