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learning

Pronunciation: /ˈlɜːrnɪŋ; ˈlɜːnɪŋ/

Translation of learning in Spanish:

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (knowledge) saber (masculine), conocimientos (masculine plural); (education) educación (feminine) the learning of generations el saber or los conocimientos de generaciones he had always set great store by learning siempre le había dado mucha importancia a la educación a man of learning un erudito
    Example sentences
    • It was in this London bookshop that Faraday acquired his learning, reading what he bound.
    • Share some learning / knowledge/information that you think is necessary in making a relationship work.
    • Leaders continually acquire new knowledge and abilities and pass their learning on to others around them.
    1.2 (act) aprendizaje (masculine) learning process proceso (masculine) de aprendizaje learning resources center o (British English/inglés británico) centre centro (masculine) de material didáctico
    Example sentences
    • But presentations by experts in the teaching and learning process facilitated our efforts.
    • It may just be apples and oranges; as researchers well know, the study of learning can be maddeningly complicated.
    • A pledge of $250,000 has been made in the coming territory budget, to improve interactive distance learning.

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