Top 10 Other Words for Learn (Explained w Examples)

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So, do you want to know what other words you can use instead of the word “learn”? Look no further, we have the answers you need. Keep reading and you will find multiple examples and learn how to use them.


Meaning: To establish something.

Example Sentence: We determined that he never wanted to work for us.


Meaning: To register as a student.

Example Sentence: I enrolled in a programming class!


Meaning: To get something, in this case, knowledge.

Example Sentence: We gained a lot by going on that school trip!


Meaning: To gain something, in this case, knowledge.

Example Sentence: I really got a lot of knowledge by listening to his lectures.


Meaning: To understand something.

Example Sentence: Did you grasp what I was trying to tell you?


Meaning: To learn something perfectly.

Example Sentence: I mastered all of the necessary skills for my job.

Pick up

Meaning: To learn something through observation.

Example Sentence: I picked up on a lot of what I needed to do by watching my dad work.


Meaning: To comprehend the meaning of written words by looking at them.

Example Sentence: I read two novels in the past week.


Meaning: To get something.

Example Sentence: I received all of his knowledge through working together with him.


Meaning: To assess something.

Example Sentence: I reviewed your work and learned a lot.

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