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relearn Line breaks: re|learn
Pronunciation: /riːˈləːn/

Definition of relearn in English:

verb (past and past participle relearned or chiefly British relearnt)

[with object]
Learn (something) again: I’ve been relearning my Latin and Greek
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  • Thus there is an opportunity to learn or relearn a number of words each day.
  • In many cases, individuals within the strike group must relearn lessons their predecessors learned in the previous deployment cycle.
  • Regrettably, it appears that India will have to relearn a lesson that it should already have learned extraordinarily well by now: you cannot negotiate with terror on your knees.

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