Learned - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈlɜːrnɪd|  American pronunciation of the word learned
Brit.  |ˈləːnɪd|  British pronunciation of the word learned
- having or showing profound knowledge (syn: erudite)
a learned jurist
- highly educated; having extensive information or understanding (syn: knowing, knowledgeable, lettered, well- educated, well- read)

Examples

We had a learned discussion about politics.

...the learned professor can speak knowledgeably on a wide array of subjects...

We learned about different methods of government.

We learned about the people who lived during colonial times.

In our civics class we learned how a bill becomes a law.

She learned to read at a very early age.

He's forgotten all he's ever learned about history.

I never learned how to type.

She learned through a letter that her father had died.

I later learned that they had never called.

We finally learned the truth about what had happened.

She learned at an early age how to act properly in social situations.

He has learned a hard lesson.

Where you learned a language is reflected in your accent.

The children learned addition and subtraction.

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