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relearn

(riːˈlɜːn)
vb (tr) , -learns, -learning, -learned or -learnt
to learn (something previously known) again
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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
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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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