Teach - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- accustom gradually to some action or attitude
He enjoys teaching his students about history.
She taught English for many years at the high school.
The church teaches compassion and forgiveness.
Someone needs to teach her right and wrong.
The experience taught us that money doesn't mean everything.
Her injury will teach her not to be so careless with a knife.
I taught history for many years.
I'll teach you to come home late.
Neil teaches at the Guildhall School of Music in London.
He taught geography at the local secondary school.
We were never taught anything about other religions.
I'm teaching English to Italian students.
My father taught me to swim.
Can you teach me one of your card tricks?
When I was young, we were taught to treat older people with respect.
present participle: teaching
past tense: taught
past participle: taught