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Selbststudium {n} / im Selbststudium lernen Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Selbststudium {n}
im Selbststudium lernen
private study
to learn by studying on one's own
Lernen {n}; Erlernen {n}
mit dem Lernen anfangen
computer-unterstütztes Lernen; EDV-gestütztes Lernen
lebenslanges Lernen
experimentelles Lernen
programmiertes Lernen
soziales Lernen
maschinelles Lernen; algorithmisches Lernen
learning
to start learning; to begin learning; to take up studying
computer-based learning
lifelong learning
experimental learning
programmed learning
social learning
machine learning
Lernen {n}, Erlernen {n}
mit dem Lernen anfangen
computer-unterstütztes Lernen, EDV-gestütztes Lernen
lebenslanges Lernen
programmiertes Lernen
soziales Lernen
learning
to start learning, to begin learning, to take up studying
computer-based learning
lifelong learning
programmed learning
social learning
lernen
lernend
gelernt
ich lerne
du lernst
er
sie lernt
ich
er
sie lernte
er
sie hat
hatte gelernt
deutsch lernen
to learn {learned, learnt, learned, learnt}
learning
learned, learnt
I learn
you learn
he
she learns
I
he
she learned, I
he
she learnt
he
she has
had learned, he
she has
had learnt
to learn German
etw. lernen
lernend
gelernt
ich lerne
du lernst
er sie lernt
ich er sie lernte
er sie hat hatte gelernt
deutsch lernen
einiges dazulernen hinzulernen
etwas dazulernen
Man kann immer etwas dazulernen.
to learn sth. {learned learnt; learned learnt}
learning
learned; learnt
I learn
you learn
he she learns
I he she learned; I he she learnt
he she has had learned; he she has had learnt
to learn German
to learn a few (new) things
to learn something (new)
There's always something (new) to learn.
etw. erfahren; hören; lernen (bei aus etw.)
erfahrend; hörend; lernend
erfahren; gehört; gelernt
er sie erfährt
ich er sie erfuhr
er sie hat hatte erfahren
bei einer Diskussion etw. Neues hören lernen
Er sagt er habe aus dem Buch viel gelernt.
Wenn sie das erfährt gibt's Ärger.
Über die Schulaktivitäten würde ich gerne mehr erfahren.
Wenn sie das erfährt gibt es Ärger.
to find out sth. {found; found}; to learn sth. (from sth.)
finding out; learning
found out; learned
he she finds out
I he she found out
he she has had found out
to find out sth. new from a discussion
He says he learned a lot from the book.
There'll be trouble if she finds out.
I'd like to find out more about the school's activities.
There'll be trouble if she finds out.
lernen
learn
Lernen
learning
lernen
to learn (learnt,learnt)
lernen
to learn
lernen
learn (irr.)
lernen, erfahren
learn
auswendig lernen
get by heart
schnell lernen
be quick at learning
auswendig lernen
to learn by heart
ein Handwerk lernen
learn a trade
schwimmen lernen
learn how to swim
ein Handwerk lernen
to lern a trade
schwimmen lernen
to learn how to swim
Studieren, Lernen
study
ein Handwerk lernen
to learn a trade
aus Erfahrung lernen
learn by experience
programmiertes Lernen
programmed learning
Fähigkeit zu lernen
ability to learn
Stützräder {pl} (zum Lernen)
training wheels
etw. von der Pike auf lernen
learn sth. from the bottom up
auswendig lernen
memorise
Sprachen lernen
study languages
studieren; lernen
study
Lernen im Internet
online learning
direktes Lernen
face-to-face learning
kennen lernen
meet (irr.)
jdn. etw. lieben lernen; liebenlernen [alt]
to learn to love sb. sth.
kennen lernen; treffen
meet
E-Learning {n}; computergestütztes Lernen
e-learning
CAI : computerunterstütztes Lehren und Lernen
CAI : computer aided instruction
E-Learning {n}, computergestütztes Lernen
e-learning
jdn.
etw. lieben lernen, liebenlernen [alt]
to learn to love sb.
sth.
(für eine Prüfung etc.) lernen
to do some studying (for an exam etc.)
etw.
jdn. schätzen lernen, schätzenlernen [alt]
to come to appreciate, to come to value sth.
sb.
basal, grundständig {adj}
basales Lernen
basal, fundamental
fundamental learning
grundlegend; basal {adj}
basales Lernen
fundamental; basal
fundamental learning
assoziativ, inhaltsorientiert {adj}
assoziatives Lernen
associative
associative learning
situationsübergreifend {adj} (Lernen Verhalten) [psych.]
cross-situational (learning behaviour)
Freut mich Sie kennen zu lernen.
I'm delighted to meet you.
Sie werden verzichten lernen müssen.
They will have to learn to do without.
Routine {f} (Lernen durch Wiederholung)
rote
auswendig lernen, sich einprägen
memorize
das Leben kennen lernen (kennenlernen [alt])
to see life
Freut mich, Sie kennen zu lernen.
I'm delighted to meet you.
lernen, sich aneignen, aufschnappen
to pick up
lernen; sich aneignen; aufschnappen
to pick up
Märchen von einem, der auszog, das Fürchten zu lernen
The Story of a Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was
verlernen, verlerne, umlernen, anders lernen
unlearn
rein mechanisch; durch bloße Übung (lernen)
by rote
Stationenlernen {n}; Lernen {n} an Stationen; Stationenbetrieb {m}; Lernzirkel {m}; Lerntheke {f} [school]
carousel learning
Lektion {f}, Aufgabe {f}, Übung {f}
Lektionen {pl}, Aufgaben {pl}, Übungen {pl}
eine Lektion lernen
lesson
lessons
to learn a lesson
Lektion {f}; Übungseinheit {f} [school.]
Lektionen {pl}; Übungseinheiten {pl}
eine Lektion lernen
lesson
lessons
to study a lesson; to do a lesson [coll.]
Mitternacht {f}; 0 Uhr
um Mitternacht
eine Nachtschicht einlegen [übtr.] (bis in die Nacht hinein arbeiten lernen)
midnight; 12 am; 12:00 a.m.
at around midnight
to burn the midnight oil [fig.]
assoziativ; inhaltsorientiert {adj}
assoziatives Lernen
assoziatives Datenfeld {n} [comp.]
associative
associative learning
associative array; map; dictionary; hash
etw. erfahren, etw. kennen lernen, etw. kennenlernen [alt]
kennen gelernt, kennengelernt [alt]
to get to know sth.
got to know
Märchen von einem der auszog das Fürchten zu lernen (Märchen)
The Story of a Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was (fairy tale)
auswendig {adj}
etw. auswendig lernen
etw. auswendig wissen
Ich kann mir meine ganzen Geheimzahlen nicht merken.
by heart; by rote
to learn by heart; to learn sth. by rote; to commit sth. to memory
to know sth. by heart
I'm unable to commit all my pin codes to memory.
Studium {n}; Studieren {n}; Lernen {n} [stud.]
Studium generale {n}
sein Studium beginnen
study
general studies course; extracurricular studies
to start college
Studium {n}, Studieren {n}, Lernen {n}
Studium generale {n}
sein Studium beginnen
study
general studies course, extracurricular studies
to start college
Vokabel {f}
Vokabeln {pl}
Vokabeln lernen
vocabulary; word
words; vocabulary
to learn vocabulary
Vokabel {f}
Vokabeln {pl}
Vokabeln lernen
vocabulary, word
words, vocabulary
to learn vocabulary
Unterweisung {f}; Unterricht {m} (in etw.) [school]
computerunterstütztes Lehren und Lernen CAI
theoretische Unterweisung; theoretischer Unterricht
instruction (in sth.)
computer aided instruction CAI
academic instruction [Am.]
sich etw. einprägen; sich etw. merken; etw. memorieren [geh.] {vr}
sich einprägend; sich merkend; memorierend
sich eingeprägt; sich gemerkt; memoriert
ein Gedicht auswendig lernen
to memorize; to memorise [Br.] sth.
memorizing; memorising
memorized; memorised
to memorize a poem
Freut mich Sie zu sehen.; Freut mich Sie kennen zu lernen.; Angenehm!
Pleased to meet you.; Nice to meet you.
schwimmen {vi}
schwimmend
geschwommen
er
sie schwimmt
ich
er
sie schwamm
er
sie ist
war geschwommen, er
sie hat
hatte geschwommen
ich
er
sie schwömme, ich
er
sie schwämme
schwimme!, schwimm!
schwimmen lernen
durch einen Fluss schwimmen
in Geld schwimmen [übtr.]
to swim {swam, swum}
swimming
swum
he
she swims
I
he
she swam
he
she has
had swum
I
he
she would swim
swim!
to learn how to swim
to swim across a river
to be flush with money
etw. erfahren; etw. kennen lernen; etw. kennenlernen [alt]
erfahrend; kennen lernend; kennenlernend
erfahren; kennen gelernt; kennengelernt
Erst gestern erfuhr ich es.
Schön dass wir uns endlich einmal persönlich kennenlernen.
to get to know sth.
getting to know
got to know
I got to know about it only yesterday.
It's good to finally put a face to the name.
Erfahrung {f}; Erlebnis {n}
Erfahrungen {pl}; Erlebnisse {pl}
aus (eigener) Erfahrung wissen
Die Erfahrung hat gezeigt dass ...
Das war etwas völlig Neues für mich!
Wir sollten aus der Erfahrung lernen.
Das war eine schmerzliche Erfahrung für uns.
Ich spreche aus eigener Erfahrung.
Das war vielleicht was!
experience
experiences
to know from (one's own) (personal) experience
Experience has shown that ...
That was a new experience for me!
We ought to learn from experience.
That was a painful experience for us.
I speak from personal experience.
What an experience!
Handwerk {n}
ein Handwerk lernen
trade
to learn a trade
Lernende {m f}; Lernender; Schüler {m} [school]
Lernenden {pl}; Lernende; Schüler {pl}
Anfänger
Anfänger mit Vorkenntnissen
deutschlernende Ausländer
lernstarke lernschwache Schüler
Schüler ohne besonderen Förderbedarf
schnell lernen
learner
learners
basic learners
post-basic learners
foreign learners of German
high learners low learners
mainstream learners
to be a fast quick learner
sich merken, sich einprägen, auswendig lernen
auswendig lernend
auswendig gelernt
er
sie merkt sich, er
sie lernt auswendig
to memorize, to memorise [Br.]
memorizing
memorized
he
she memorizes
Einmaleins {n}
kleines Einmaleins
großes Einmaleins
das Einmaleins lernen
multiplication-table; multiplication tables; tables
simple multiplication; tables up to ten
compound multiplication; tables over ten
to learn one's tables
Einmaleins {n}
kleines Einmaleins
großes Einmaleins
das Einmaleins lernen
multiplication-table, multiplication tables, tables
simple multiplication, tables up to ten
compound multiplication, tables over ten
to learn one's tables
auswendig {adj}
etw. auswendig lernen
etw. auswendig wissen
by heart, by rote
to learn by heart, to learn sth. by rote
to know sth. by heart
(etw.) büffeln; pauken; auswendig lernen {vt}
Mathe büffeln; Mathe pauken
to swot (at) [Br.] [Austr.]; to cram; to bone up (on sth.); to grind learn by rote
to swot up on one's maths; to bone up on maths
sich entwickeln {vr}; entstehen; (langsam) werden (aus etw.) {vi}
sich entwickelnd; entstehend; werdend
sich entwickelt; entstanden; geworden
entwickelt sich
entwickelte sich
gut entwickelt
ganz entwickelt; voll entwickelt
Das Kind entwickelt sich normal.
Es entsteht eine gefährliche Situation.
Heute lernen wir wie Sprachen entstehen.
to develop (from sth.)
developing
developed
developes; develops
developed
well-developed
fully developed; completely developed
The child is developing normally.
A dangerous situation is developing.
Today we will be learning about how languages develop.
(etw.) büffeln, pauken, lernen {vt}
Mathe büffeln, Mathe pauken
to swot (at), to cram, to bone up (on sth.)
to swot up on one's maths, to bone up on maths
etw. bedenken; berücksichtigen {vt}
bedenkend; berücksichtigend
bedacht; berücksichtigt
wenn man bedenkt dass ...; dafür dass ... [ugs.]
Das ist nicht verwunderlich wenn du bedenkst dass ...
Ich gebe zu bedenken dass ...
Sie gab zu bedenken dass ...
Du musst (dabei) berücksichtigen dass er erst vier Jahre alt ist.
Du musst lernen auf andere Leute Rücksicht zu nehmen.
Aber bitte bedenken Sie doch welch fatale Folgen das haben könnte!
to consider sth.; to take sth. into consideration
considering; taking into consideration
considered; taken into consideration
considering that ...
It's not surprising when you consider (the fact) that ...
I would ask you to consider that ...
She asked for consideration of the fact that ...
You have to consider that he is only four years old.
You've got to learn to consider other people.
But pray consider how fatal the consequences may be!
schwimmen; baden {vi}
schwimmend; badend
geschwommen; gebadet
er sie schwimmt
ich er sie schwamm
er sie ist war geschwommen; er sie hat hatte geschwommen
ich er sie schwömme; ich er sie schwämme
schwimme!; schwimm!
baden gehen; schwimmen gehen {vi}
schwimmen lernen
durch etw. schwimmen (Wasser Öffnung)
durch einen Fluss schwimmen
in Geld schwimmen [übtr.]
Gehen wir doch heute Nachmittag baden.
Sie geht jeden Tag vor dem Frühstück schwimmen.
Er bekam Lust schwimmen zu gehen.
to swim {swam; swum}
swimming
swum
he she swims
I he she swam
he she has had swum
I he she would swim
swim!
to go swimming
to learn how to swim
to swim through sth. (water opening)
to swim across a river
to be flush with money; to be in the money
Let's go swimming this afternoon.
She goes swimming every morning before breakfast.
He took a fancy to go swimming.
mit jdm. etw. umgehen; sich mit jdm. etw. befassen
umgehend; sich befassend
umgegangen; sich befasst
der Umgang mit jdm.
mit einer Sache befasst sein [adm.]
Ich habe mich selbst des Problems angenommen.
Er muss lernen mit seiner Wut umzugehen.
Wir werden Ihr Anliegen sofort bearbeiten.
Für allgemeine Anfragen ist unsere Zentrale zuständig.
Bei einer 24-stündigen Aktion wurden dutzende Autofahrer von der Polizei kontrolliert beamtshandelt [Ös.].
90% der Reisenden werden innerhalb von 10 Minuten vom Zoll abgefertigt.
Die Sache ist bereits erledigt.
to deal with sb. sth. {dealt; dealt}
dealing with
dealt with
the manner way in which sb. is dealt with
to deal with a case
I dealt with the problem myself.
He needs to learn how to deal with his anger.
We'll deal with your request straight away.
General enquiries are dealt with by our head office.
Dozens of motorists were dealt with by the police during a day-long operation.
90% of travellers are dealt with by Customs within 10 minutes.
The matter has already now been dealt with.
für etw. dankbar sein {vi}; etw. nett finden; etw. zu schätzen würdigen wissen; etw. goutieren [geh.] {vt}
dankbar seiend; nett findend; zu schätzen würdigen wissend; goutierend
dankbar gewesen; nett gefunden; zu schätzen würdigen gewusst; goutiert
Ich weiß es zu schätzen dass ...
Vielen Dank sehr nett von Ihnen.
Es ist lieb dass du dir Sorgen machst aber es geht mir gut.
Ich wäre Ihnen sehr verbunden wenn ... (formal); Könnten Sie ...; Könntest du ...
etw. jdn. schätzen lernen; schätzenlernen [alt]
Ich wäre dir dankbar Es wäre nett wenn du mich jetzt weiterarbeiten lassen würdest.
Meine Talente werden hier nicht so richtig geschätzt.
Das wäre mir wirklich sehr lieb.
Ich finde keinen Zugang zu moderner Musik.
to appreciate sth.
appreciating
appreciated
I appreciate the fact that ...
Thank you I appreciate it.
I appreciate your concern but I'm fine.
I'd appreciate it if ...
to come to appreciate; to come to value sth. sb.
I'd appreciate if you let me get on with my job now.
My talents are not fully appreciated here.
I would really appreciate that.
I'm unable to appreciate modern music.
(einmaliger) Fehler {m}; Fehlleistung {f}
Fehler {pl}
Ausdrucksfehler {m} [ling.]
Grammatikfehler {m}; grammatikalischer Fehler [ling.]
Rechtschreibfehler {m}; Schreibfehler {m}; Orthografiefehler {m}; Orthographiefehler {m} [ling.]
Satzzeichenfehler {m} [ling.]
Stilfehler {m}; stilistischer Fehler {m} [ling.]
Fehler den Anfänger machen
Fehler über Fehler
ein Fehler in unseren Berechnungen
einen Fehler begehen machen
Fehler über Fehler machen
aus seinen Fehlern lernen
einen Fehler korrigieren
mit Fehlern gespickt
irrtümlich versehentlich etwas tun
absoluter Fehler
additiver Fehler
behebbarer Fehler
nicht zu behebender Fehler
absoluter Fehler [math.]
mitlaufender Fehler {m} [comp.]
relativer Fehler [math.]
sprachlicher Fehler
systematischer Fehler
vorübergehender Fehler
zufälliger Fehler; unvorhersehbarer Fehler
Es ist deine Entscheidung aber ich sage dir du machst einen schweren Fehler.
Ich habe den Fehler gemacht ihm meine Telefonnummer zu geben.
Der Unfall wurde durch menschliches Versagen verursacht.
mistake; error
mistakes; errors
wording error
grammar error; grammatical error; error mistake in (your) grammar
spelling error; spelling mistake
punctuation error; punctuation mistake
stylistic error; stylistic mistake
beginner's mistake
error again and again
a mistake an error in our calculations
to commit make a mistake; to commit make an error
to make mistake after mistake
to learn from one's mistakes
to fix (up) an error
peppered with mistakes
to do something in error
absolute error
accumulated error
correctable error
unrecoverable error
absolute error
propagated error
relative error
language mistake
systematic error
transient error
random error
It's your decision but I warn you you're making a big mistake.
I made the mistake of giving him my phone number.
The accident was caused by human error.

Deutsche Synonyme für Selbststudium {n} / im Selbststudium lernen

lernen  
(sich)  aneignen  büffeln  (umgangssprachlich)  bimsen  (umgangssprachlich)  erlernen  lernen  pauken  (umgangssprachlich)  studieren  
(etwas)  erfahren  (etwas)  kennen  lernen  (etwas)  kennenlernen  

Englische Synonyme für private study

private  Tommy  Tommy Atkins  absolute  anonymous  antisocial  behind closed doors  buck private  certain  clandestine  closet  common soldier  concealed  concrete  confidential  confidentially  covert  covertly  deep-seated  defined  definite  detailed  determinate  different  discreet  distinct  distinguished  enlisted man  esoteric  especial  exceptional  exclusive  express  extraordinary  fixed  furtively  genitalia  genitals  grunt  hermitical  hidden  hush-hush  hushed  idiosyncratic  immanent  implanted  implicit  in camera  in private  in secret  inaccessible  inalienable  incognito  individual  indwelling  infantryman  infixed  ingrained  inherent  inmost  inner  innermost  inside  interior  internal  intimate  intrinsic  inward  inwrought  irreducible  isolated  minute  noncommissioned officer  not for publication  noteworthy  off the record  on the sly  own  particular  peculiar  personal  personally  precise  private first class  privately  privileged  privy  reclusive  reserved  resident  respective  restricted  restrictive  reticent  retired  retiring  secluded  seclusive  secret  secretively  secretly  sequestered  several  sex organs  singular  sneakily  sneaking  sneakingly  solipsistic  solitary  special  specific  sub rosa  subjective  surreptitious  surreptitiously  top secret  unalienable  unchallengeable  uncommunicative  undisclosed  unofficial  unquestionable  unsociable  unsocial  withdrawn  
private parts  bag  ballocks  balls  basket  beard  breasts  cervix  clitoris  cod  cods  cullions  family jewels  female organs  gonads  labia  labia majora  labia minora  lingam  lips  male organs  meat  nuts  nymphae  ovary  parts  penis  phallus  privates  privy parts  pubic hair  pudenda  reproductive organs  rocks  scrotum  secondary sex characteristic  secrets  sex organs  spermary  testes  testicles  uterus  vagina  vulva  womb  yoni  
privateer  AB  Ancient Mariner  Argonaut  Blackbeard  Captain Hook  Captain Kidd  Dylan  Flying Dutchman  Henry Morgan  Jean Lafitte  Neptune  OD  Poseidon  Varuna  able seaman  able-bodied seaman  air pirate  airplane hijacker  bluejacket  buccaneer  corsair  deep-sea man  fair-weather sailor  fisherman  freeboot  hearty  jack  jack afloat  jack-tar  jacky  limey  lobsterman  mariner  matelot  navigator  picaroon  pirate  rover  sailor  salt  sea dog  sea king  sea rover  seafarer  seafaring man  seaman  shipman  skyjacker  tar  viking  water dog  whaler  windjammer  windsailor  
privately  a huis clos  apart  aside  behind closed doors  by stealth  covertly  furtively  hugger-mugger  in camera  in chambers  in executive session  in person  in privacy  in private  in private conference  in privy  in propria persona  in the flesh  individually  januis clausis  personally  privily  stealthily  sub rosa  surreptitiously  

Lexikoneinträge für private study / to learn by studying on one's own

Learn (v. t.) To gain knowledge or information of
Learn (v. t.) To communicate knowledge to
Learn (v. i.) To acquire knowledge or skill
Private (a.) Belonging to, or concerning, an individual person, company, or interest
Private (a.) Sequestered from company or observation
Private (a.) Not invested with, or engaged in, public office or employment
Private (a.) Not publicly known
Private (a.) Having secret or private knowledge
Private (n.) A secret message
Private (n.) Personal interest
Private (n.) Privacy
Private (n.) One not invested with a public office.
Private (n.) A common soldier
Private (n.) The private parts
Study (v. i.) A setting of the mind or thoughts upon a subject
Study (v. i.) Mental occupation
Study (v. i.) Any particular branch of learning that is studied
Study (v. i.) A building or apartment devoted to study or to literary work.
Study (v. i.) A representation or rendering of any object or scene intended, not for exhibition as an original work of art, but for the information, instruction, or assistance of the maker
Study (v. i.) A piece for special practice. See Etude.
Studying (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Study
Study (n.) To fix the mind closely upon a subject
Study (n.) To apply the mind to books or learning.
Study (n.) To endeavor diligently
Study (v. t.) To apply the mind to
Study (v. t.) To consider attentively
Study (v. t.) To form or arrange by previous thought
Study (v. t.) To make an object of study

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

private treaty a sale of property at a price agreed on by the seller and buyer without an intervening agency
double-blind procedure
double-blind experiment
double-blind study
an experimental procedure in which neither the subjects of the experiment nor the persons administering the experiment know the critical aspects of the experiment, a double-blind procedure is used to guard against both experimenter bias and placebo effects
private practice the practice of a profession independently and not as an employee, he teaches at the medical school but his fortune came from private practice, lawyers in private practice are in business and must make a profit to survive
survey study a detailed critical inspection
time and motion study
time-and-motion study
time-motion study
motion study
time study
work study
an analysis of a specific job in an effort to find the most efficient method in terms of time and effort
case study a detailed analysis of a person or group from a social or psychological or medical point of view
course course of study
course of instruction
class
education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings, he took a course in basket weaving, flirting is not unknown in college classes
directed study a course of study that is supervised and controlled by a specialist in the subject, he registered for directed study, he got credit for directed study, he did directed study
work-study program an educational plan in which students alternate between paid employment and formal study
home study a course of study carried out at home rather than in a classroom
driveway
drive private road
a road leading up to a private house, they parked in the driveway
private line a telephone line serving a single subscriber
sketch
study
preliminary drawing for later elaboration, he made several studies before starting to paint
study a room used for reading and writing and studying, he knocked lightly on the closed door of the study
study hall a classroom reserved for study
genitalia
genital organ
genitals
private parts
privates
crotch
external sex organ
brown study a state of deep absorption or thoughtfulness
study a state of deep mental absorption, she is in a deep study
study work applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading), mastering a second language requires a lot of work, no schools offer graduate study in interior design
cogitation
study
attentive consideration and meditation, after much cogitation he rejected the offer
nature study the study of animals and plants in the natural world (usually at an elementary level)
private nuisance a nuisance that interferes with your interest in and private use and enjoyment of your land
discipline
subject
subject area
subject field
field
field of study
study bailiwick
a branch of knowledge, in what discipline is his doctorate?, teachers should be well trained in their subject, anthropology is the study of human beings
literary study the humanistic study of literature
perusal
perusing
poring over
studying
reading carefully with intent to remember
course of study
program programme curriculum
syllabus
an integrated course of academic studies, he was admitted to a new program at the university
study a composition intended to develop one aspect of the performer's technique, a study in spiccato bowing
report study
written report
a written document describing the findings of some individual or group, this accords with the recent study by Hill and Dale
case study a careful study of some social unit (as a corporation or division within a corporation) that attempts to determine what factors led to its success or failure
security force
private security force
a privately employed group hired to protect the security of a business or industry
market economy
free enterprise
private enterprise
laissez-faire economy
an economy that relies chiefly on market forces to allocate goods and resources and to determine prices
closed corporation
close corporation
private corporation
privately held corporation
a corporation owned by a few people, shares have no public market
private foundation a charity that does not receive a major part of its support from the public
private school a school established and controlled privately and supported by endowment and tuition
coach
private instructor
tutor
a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
private citizen a citizen who does not hold any official or public position
private
buck private
common soldier
an enlisted man of the lowest rank in the Army or Marines, our prisoner was just a private and knew nothing of value
private detective
PI
private eye
private investigator
operative
shamus
sherlock
someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information
quick study
sponge
someone able to acquire new knowledge and skills rapidly and easily, she soaks up foreign languages like a sponge
study someone who memorizes quickly and easily (as the lines for a part in a play), he is a quick study
personal property
personal estate
personalty
private property
movable property (as distinguished from real estate)
study hall a period of time during the school day that is set aside for study
learn
larn
acquire
gain knowledge or skills, She learned dancing from her sister, I learned Sanskrit, Children acquire language at an amazing rate
learn hear
get word
get wind pick up
find out
get a line
discover see
get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally, I learned that she has two grown-up children, I see that you have been promoted
learn study
read take
be a student of a certain subject, She is reading for the bar exam
memorize
memorise
con
learn
commit to memory, learn by heart, Have you memorized your lines for the play yet?
study hit the books learn by reading books, He is studying geology in his room, I have an exam next week, I must hit the books now
study be a student, follow a course of study, be enrolled at an institute of learning
analyze
analyse
study examine
canvass canvas
consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning, analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare, analyze the evidence in a criminal trial, analyze your real motives
study meditate contemplate think intently and at length, as for spiritual purposes, He is meditating in his study
teach
learn
instruct
impart skills or knowledge to, I taught them French, He instructed me in building a boat
determine check a find out see
ascertain
watch learn
find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort, I want to see whether she speaks French, See whether it works, find out if he speaks Russian, Check whether the train leaves on time
study
consider
give careful consideration to, consider the possibility of moving
competitive
free-enterprise(a)
private-enterprise(a)
subscribing to capitalistic competition
secret
private
not expressed, secret (or private) thoughts
individual(a)
private
concerning one person exclusively, we all have individual cars, each room has a private bath
private concerning things deeply private and personal, private correspondence, private family matters
private confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy, a private place, private discussions, private lessons, a private club, a private secretary, private property, the former President is now a private citizen, public figures struggle to maintain a private life
privately
in private
in camera
kept private or confined to those intimately concerned, it was discussed privately between the two men, privately, she thought differently, some member of his own party hoped privately for his defeat, he was questioned in private

 

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