having or showing profound knowledge
"a learned jurist"; "an erudite professor"
knowing, knowledgeable, learned, lettered, well-educated, well-read(adj)
highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
"knowing instructors"; "a knowledgeable critic"; "a knowledgeable audience"
established by conditioning or learning
"a conditioned response"
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In this age, which believes that there is a short cut to everything, the greatest lesson to be learned is that the most difficult way is, in the long run, the easiest.
I think well learn part of the story tomorrow, what Ive learned from some of the leakers and one of the papers of record;a top reporter there said theres a lot of exculpatory evidence thats remaining classified, and theres been internal battles.
The committee never sees or learns what you have seen and learned over the past week at this trial, the committee never saw that evidence, and so the committee's report is not accurate.
When you point to the moon, what do you see in front of your finger; Your task is to feel, not to think, when you can understand that the lesson will be learned.
It's going to be tough... Even though we won( in 2015), it came down to the last match, i'm not one of those vocal kind of leaders probably. I've learned a lot over the years playing for different captains and I've seen things that work and things that haven't worked.
Translations for learned
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- leído, eruditoSpanish
- ionnsaichte, foghlaimte, fiosrach, sgoilearach, iùlmhorScottish Gaelic
- erudite, docteInterlingua
- doctus, eruditus, litteratusLatin
- instruído, erudito, douto, culto, sábioPortuguese
- erudit, învățatRomanian
- учёный, эрудированныйRussian
- načitan, učen, naučenSerbo-Croatian
- beläst, bildad, lärd, kultiveradSwedish
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