Definition of Relearn

1. Verb. Learn something again, as after having forgotten or neglected it. "After the accident, he could not walk for months and had to relearn how to walk down stairs"

Generic synonyms: Acquire, Larn, Learn



Definition of Relearn

1. Verb. learn again ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Relearn

1. learn [v -LEARNED or -LEARNT, -LEARNING, -LEARNS] - See also: learn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relearn

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relearn (current term)
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Literary usage of Relearn

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1. Educational Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1913)
"37 repetitions of a lo-syllable nonsense series (28 to learn it, 9 to relearn it I day later). Co repetitions of a 12-syllable nonsense series (49 to learn ..."

2. Educational Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1913)
"37 repetitions of a lo-syllable nonsense series (28 to learn it, 9 to relearn it I day later). 60 repetitions of a 12-syllable nonsense series (49 to learn ..."

3. Movement and Mental Imagery: Outlines of a Motor Theory of the Complexer by Margaret Floy Washburn (1916)
"If it takes six repetitions to relearn one series of syllables, and only four repetitions to relearn another, it would not be fan- to conclude that the ..."

4. Psychology: A Study of Mental Life by Robert Sessions Woodworth (1921)
"But, finding the list again, you relearn it, and probably find that your time for ... If, on the contrary, it took you just as long now to relearn as it did ..."

5. Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology by John Broadus Watson (1914)
"237), whose general method of testing retention was the same as that of Ulrich, states that normal animals after a 60-day rest required 5.76 days to relearn ..."

6. Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology by John Broadus Watson (1914)
"237), whose general method of testing retention was the same as that of Ulrich, states that normal animals after a 60-day rest required 5.76 days to relearn ..."

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