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anthropology the scientific study of humankind. People who study anthropology learn about the origins and development of human beings and their societies and customs.
apprentice someone who works for somebody else to learn that person's skill or trade. [1/2 definitions]
apt able to learn quickly. [1/3 definitions]
aptitude ability to learn quickly. [1/2 definitions]
ascertain to learn without question; determine.
bright quick to learn; smart. [1/5 definitions]
class a group of students who meet together to learn in school. [1/8 definitions]
curiosity the desire to learn or know. [1/2 definitions]
curious eager to learn or know. [1/2 definitions]
data facts, figures, or other pieces of information that can be used to learn about something. The word "data" is the plural form of "datum," but is often used with a singular verb.
discover to learn or find out about through study or by observing. [1/2 definitions]
drum to force a person to learn something by repeating it over and over. [1/5 definitions]
dull not smart; slow to learn. [1/7 definitions]
field trip a trip away from class by a group of students to learn or gain experience.
find out to discover; learn.
hear to learn from someone's reporting or telling. [1/5 definitions]
inquisitive given to asking and inquiring; eager to learn.
intelligence the ability to learn, reason, and understand. [1/3 definitions]
interest the desire to learn, know, or take part in something. [2/8 definitions]
investigate to look into carefully and closely so as to learn the facts; examine.
learnt a past tense and a past participle of learn.