[lur-ner] /ˈlɜr nər/
a person who is learning; student; pupil; apprentice; trainee.
before 1000; Middle English lerner(e), Old English leornere; see learn, -er1
Example Sentences for learner
Hurried reading results in the learner forgetting half of what he reads, or in his forming vague conceptions-Sweet.
Ideally, each learner would end the year with a dictionary of new words and a typed, bound collection of her own stories.
The meaning of pre-coded input symbols is not accessible to the learner.
It's supposed to take a customized approach that fits the individual strengths, weaknesses and preferences of each learner.
Deeper rethinking focuses on the nature of knowledge and the learner's relationship to it.
One with a full driver's license instead of the learner's permit that is presently being carried.
The best way universities can support today's working learner is to take the proverbial leap of faith and embrace the new.
He may invite the learner to participate in his own research.
Energy, natural optimism, the ability to be a good listener and a quick learner are important personal attributes.
Andragogy is far more learner-centered and values the prior experiences of the learner.
British Dictionary definitions for learner
learner (ˈlɜːnə)
1.  someone who is learning something; beginner
2.  (in South Africa) a school pupil

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