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academic freedom in educational institutions, the freedom of a teacher to teach, of a student to learn, and of both to discuss and hold opinions, esp. about social, political, and moral issues, without arbitrary interference or reprisals by school or public officials, organized groups, or the like.
apprentice one who works for another to learn his or her skill or trade. [1/3 definitions]
apprenticeship the process of working for another to learn that person's skill or trade, or the act of becoming engaged in this way.
apt having ability to learn quickly. [1/4 definitions]
aptitude ability to learn quickly. [1/2 definitions]
ascertain to learn unquestionably; determine.
beginner someone just beginning to acquire new knowledge or learn a new skill.
bright quick to learn; intelligent. [1/7 definitions]
clinic a type of instruction, like a class, wherein a group of people meet to learn about a specialized topic. [1/4 definitions]
corpus a compilation of written or spoken texts in electronic format analyzed as linguistic data in order to learn about word meaning and usage, word frequency, and language patterns. [1/4 definitions]
curiosity the desire to learn or know. [1/2 definitions]
curious eager to learn or know. [1/3 definitions]
Damocles in Greek legend, a man who was placed under a sword that hung by a single hair, to learn of the perilous nature of a ruler's life.
discover to learn or gain knowledge of through study or observation. [1/2 definitions]
disinterest lack of willingness to consider or learn about something; lack of interest. [1/2 definitions]
disinterested lacking the desire to learn about or consider something. [1/2 definitions]
drill1 to repeat actions or items so as to learn them. [1/12 definitions]
drum to force someone to learn or accept (something) by continual repetition. [1/10 definitions]
find out to discover; learn; ascertain. [1/2 definitions]
force-feed to force (one) to eat, learn, or accept something either against the will or at an uncomfortably fast pace.
go-cart a small frame with casters in which children learn to walk. [1/4 definitions]