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learn to gain knowledge of through study, experience, or research. [5 definitions]
learnable combined form of learn.
learned well-educated; knowledgeable; scholarly. [3 definitions]
learner's permit A paper that you get from the state that gives you permission to learn to drive. You must have a learner's permit before you get a driver's license.
learning knowledge gained through systematic study. [2 definitions]
learning disability any of various conditions, thought to be associated with the nervous system, that cause difficulty in mastering a basic skill such as reading.
learnt a past tense and a past participle of "learn."
learn the ropes (informal) to be or become acquainted with the techniques or procedures pertinent to a particular situation, organization, or the like.
lease a contract or agreement for the occupancy or use of one party's property by another for a specified period of time and in exchange for monetary or other compensation; rental agreement. [5 definitions]
leasehold the holding of a property by lease, or the property so held.
leash a length of leather, chain, rope, or the like, attached to the collar of an animal in order to lead it or keep it under control. [3 definitions]
least superlative of "little." [5 definitions]
least common denominator the smallest number that two or more fractions share as a common denominator; lowest common denominator.
least common multiple the smallest number into which each of two or more whole numbers is exactly divisible.
leastwise (informal) at any rate; at least; anyway.
leather the tanned or preserved skin of an animal, usu. with the hair or fur removed. [5 definitions]
leatherback the largest living sea turtle, characterized by its leathery upper shell, which can reach a length of over eight feet.
leatherneck (slang) a United States marine.
leatherwood a shrub, native to North America, having tough, flexible bark and bearing yellow flowers.
leathery similar to leather in appearance or texture; weathered.
leave1 to depart or go away from. [10 definitions]