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noun as in person who receives education

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Concurrently, education systems must adapt immediately to the needs of learners in a digital future.

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At insider websites like Beach Grit, vulnerable adult learners, particularly those mythopoetically rhapsodizing about the life-changing joy of waves they first rode the week before, are mercilessly mocked.

Google Classroom is used with our youngest learners all the way up through college and beyond.

Rhode Island, for example, has reported that virtual-only learners are being infected at similar rates as those attending in-person school.

Some learners have the advantage of oversight and support from parents or siblings.

Subjects were assigned the roles of “teacher” and “learner” and placed in separate rooms.

Franco, the perpetual and ravenous learner, would get straight A's from any of those teachers.

"It was miraculous what a slow learner she was," says one person who met her.

Jamshid, the third person in our household, is a swift 23-year-old; a fabulous cook and fast learner.

The next point is, to ascertain the precision with which the learner can bisect an object with the wires of the telescope.

He is a poor teacher who is not a learner, and he is but little of a learner who is not something of a teacher also.

Our junior clerk was an apt learner in deception and trickery.

The less rubbing out the better the learner will progress, and the more satisfaction he will receive from the results.

In those days pilots were allowed to carry a learner, or "cub," board free.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to learner, such as: beginner, pupil, trainee, abecedarian, apprentice, and bookworm.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.