relearn


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relearn

(riːˈlɜːn)
vb (tr) , -learns, -learning, -learned or -learnt
to learn (something previously known) again

relearn


Past participle: relearned
Gerund: relearning

Imperative
relearn
relearn
Present
I relearn
you relearn
he/she/it relearns
we relearn
you relearn
they relearn
Preterite
I relearned
you relearned
he/she/it relearned
we relearned
you relearned
they relearned
Present Continuous
I am relearning
you are relearning
he/she/it is relearning
we are relearning
you are relearning
they are relearning
Present Perfect
I have relearned
you have relearned
he/she/it has relearned
we have relearned
you have relearned
they have relearned
Past Continuous
I was relearning
you were relearning
he/she/it was relearning
we were relearning
you were relearning
they were relearning
Past Perfect
I had relearned
you had relearned
he/she/it had relearned
we had relearned
you had relearned
they had relearned
Future
I will relearn
you will relearn
he/she/it will relearn
we will relearn
you will relearn
they will relearn
Future Perfect
I will have relearned
you will have relearned
he/she/it will have relearned
we will have relearned
you will have relearned
they will have relearned
Future Continuous
I will be relearning
you will be relearning
he/she/it will be relearning
we will be relearning
you will be relearning
they will be relearning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been relearning
you have been relearning
he/she/it has been relearning
we have been relearning
you have been relearning
they have been relearning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been relearning
you will have been relearning
he/she/it will have been relearning
we will have been relearning
you will have been relearning
they will have been relearning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been relearning
you had been relearning
he/she/it had been relearning
we had been relearning
you had been relearning
they had been relearning
Conditional
I would relearn
you would relearn
he/she/it would relearn
we would relearn
you would relearn
they would relearn
Past Conditional
I would have relearned
you would have relearned
he/she/it would have relearned
we would have relearned
you would have relearned
they would have relearned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.relearn - 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"
larn, learn, acquire - gain knowledge or skills; "She learned dancing from her sister"; "I learned Sanskrit"; "Children acquire language at an amazing rate"
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hardly at all, and now they say so much is changed in the place that even those who did know it well are obliged to relearn what they knew.
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SO, the World Cup is over, the charts can be peeled off the walls and husbands can begin to relearn the art of conversing with their wives.
She lost toes, had to relearn how to walk and read and write, and still feels electricity surging through her body, but says every day is now a blessing.
When I went to an English uni after a Welsh speaking school I was at a huge disadvantage because of this and had to relearn the jargon from scratch.
Sengupta has urged management graduates to be ready to learn, unlearn and relearn what they have imbibed as a part of their studies.
After four ops Paul had to learn how to walk and talk again - and relearn music.
He had to relearn basic functions such as walking and talking all over again, virtually from scratch.
Quoting author Alvin Toffler, who said the key literacy skill of the 21st century is the "ability to learn, unlearn and relearn," Davidson goes one step further: "Unlearning is required when the world or your circumstances in that world have changed so completely that your old habits now hold you back.
Trading requires that we be prepared and disciplined, that we continually learn and relearn.
She was in hospital for five months and had to relearn how to do basic tasks again, such as eating and speaking.