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tr.v. un·taught (-tôt′), un·teach·ing, un·teach·es
1. To cause to forget or unlearn something.
2. To teach the opposite or contrary of (something previously taught).
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vb (tr) , -teaches, -teaching or -taught
to cause to disbelieve (teaching)
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v.t. -taught, -teach•ing.
1. to cause to be forgotten or disbelieved, as by contrary teaching.
2. to cause to forget or disbelieve something previously taught.
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Past participle: untaught
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|Verb||1.||unteach - cause to disbelieve; teach someone the contrary of what he or she had learned earlier|
|2.||unteach - cause to unlearn; "teach somebody to unlearn old habits or methods"|
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