Translation for 'to learn' from English to Russian
VERB   to learn | learned / learnt | learned / learnt
learning | learns
SYNO to acquire | to ascertain | to check | ...
учиться [несов.] [приобретать знания]to learn
учиться на опыте [несов.]to learn by experience
учить наизусть [несов.]to learn by heart
unverified узнать (быть в курсе)to hear of (learn that sth or sb exists)
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Usage Examples English
  • The many exceptions to syntax and semantic rules are time-consuming and difficult to learn.
  • According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), involving family with the treatment of an aphasic loved one is ideal for all involved, because while it will no doubt assist in their recovery, it will also make it easier for members of the family to learn how best to communicate with them.
  • The initial spectators were certain that the work was a copy of a Greek original, and were shocked to learn it was a contemporary work.
  • Clytemnestra calls in Aegisthus to learn the news.
  • ASU online programs allow students to learn in highly interactive environments through student collaboration and through technological personalized learning environments.

  • Manutius also printed dictionaries and grammars to help people interpret the books, used by scholars wanting to learn Greek who would employ learned Greeks in order to teach them directly.
  • That is because when Deaf education was beginning in the United States, many educators flocked to the American School for the Deaf in Hartford, Connecticut, whose central location for the first generation of educators in Deaf education to learn American Sign Language allows ASL to be more standardized than its variant.
  • According to Barbara Demick in "Nothing to Envy", the accordion is known as "the people's instrument" and all North Korean teachers were expected to learn the accordion.
  • This made the script easy to learn, and seafaring Phoenician merchants took the script throughout the then-known world.
  • in part because of pressure from consumers and advocacy groups that has led 27 states to pass legislation mandating that children who are legally blind be given the opportunity to learn braille.

  • His rationale was that amateur radio should be a tool for young people to learn advanced technology and networking, rather than something that preserved antiquity and required new hams to master outmoded technology before they were allowed on the air.
  • During the occupation, the Japanese had their language taught in schools, and Government officers were required to learn Japanese.
  • This is sometimes described as "hardest to learn" and "require most skill" of all billiards.
  • The failure of bridges is of special concern for structural engineers in trying to learn lessons vital to bridge design, construction and maintenance.
  • His mother played the piano reasonably well and wanted her son to learn the violin, not only to instill in him a love of music but also to help him assimilate into German culture.

  • Because the English language has more than 40 sounds and only 26 letters, children and beginning readers also need to learn the different sounds (or phonemes) associated with each letter.
  • For some elementary functions, it is impossible to find an antiderivative in terms of other elementary functions. To learn more, see elementary functions and nonelementary integral.
  • The Arthur Miller Foundation currently supports a pilot program in theater and film at the public school Quest to Learn, in partnership with the Institute of Play.
  • Both classifiers and regression learners can be viewed as "function approximators" trying to learn an unknown (possibly implicit) function; for example, a spam classifier can be viewed as learning a function that maps from the text of an email to one of two categories, "spam" or "not spam".
  • The time required to learn or master [...] varies greatly from game to game, but is not necessarily related to the number or complexity of rules; for example, chess or Go possess relatively simple [...] , but have great strategic depth.

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