Definition of kearn
gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught.
One now asks whether cultural codes are learned in some language-like way.
“That'll learn you,” he chuckled
Example of kearn
‘That'll learn you,’ he chuckled
A child is learning unbelievable amounts of information.
Being younger than her I learned loads of things by simple observation.
Despite Lynn being in Honors, she was a big slacker and the teacher had learned this bit of information a long time ago.
He learns bucket-loads of information, including the brazenly anti-union pitches made by the various nations.
He said he was shocked beyond belief when he learned that literacy students were having their course cut.
he's keen to learn
Her family was not consulted, and only learned of her death a month later.
I can't find a moral in the story, or a worth-while lesson to be learned of it.
I was sorry to learn that Peadar had died