Definition of learner in English:

learner

Line breaks: learn¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈləːnə
 
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noun

1A person who is learning a subject or skill: a fast learner
More example sentences
  • Surround those slow learners with fast learners who understand how to promote their creative ideas.
  • I repeated it easily; I'd always been a fast learner with languages.
  • For a learner to acquire skills in a foreign language, correctness of speech in his mother tongue should be taught.
Synonyms
beginner, trainee, apprentice, pupil, student, mentee, novice, newcomer, starter, probationer, tyro, fledgling, fresher, freshman, freshwoman, neophyte, initiate, new recruit, raw recruit, new boy/girl; North Americantenderfoot, novitiate
informal newbie
North American informal greenhorn, rookie
1.1 (Britishalso learner driver) A person who is learning to drive a motor vehicle and has not yet passed a driving test.
More example sentences
  • You should be aware that learner drivers under supervision have a very low involvement in crashes.
  • If you're a learner driver over 25 years of age, you're not required to complete the logbook.
  • In fact, it's a good idea if a learner driver receives professional driving instructions.

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