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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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The current Spanish Constitution (Constitución Española) was approved in the Cortes Generales in December 1978. It describes Spain as a parliamentary monarchy, gives sovereign power to the people through universal suffrage, recognizes the plurality of religions, and transfers responsibility for defense from the armed forces to the government. The Constitution was generally well received, except in the Basque Country, whose desire for independence it did not satisfy. It is considered to have facilitated the successful transition from dictatorship to democracy.