“Learn” – Meaning
The word “learn” is generally used to indicate that knowledge is being acquired through studying or experience. Another word for “learn” is master or discover.
However, more synonyms will be listed in this article.
“Learn” – General synonyms
The following illustrates other words for “learn” that may be used in everyday conversation as well as in academic writing.
In the sense of master
Synonyms of the word “learn” in the sense of master are:
- Pick up
- Be taught
- Take in
- Become able
- Familiarize yourself with
- Get the hang of
In the sense of discover
Synonyms of the word “learn” in the sense of discover are:
- Gain knowledge
- Find out about
- Become aware
- Come to know
In the sense of memorize
Synonyms of the word “learn” in the sense of memorize are:
- Commit to memory
- Learn by heart
- Learn by rote
- Get (something) word-perfect
- Learn parrot-fashion
- Get off pat
“Learn” – Synonyms used in academic writing
In an academic context, the word “learn” is used to indicate somebody has gained knowledge through experience or practice. It can also simply mean becoming informed of something. Synonyms for “lean” used in academic writing will be shown below.
Are you looking for suitable synonyms for “learn” for your academic paper? Have a look at the table below with the top suggestions from our BachelorPrint-Team.
|Master||In order to learn social skills…|
|In order to master social skills…|
|Discover||Prof. Johnson learned that…|
|Prof. Johnson discovered that…|
|Memorize||The group managed to learn…|
|The group managed to memorize…|