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to learn about a subject by going to school, university etc
to study something so that you remember it exactly
to study something such as painting, dancing, or singing for a long time
to study a particular subject at school or college
informal to study hard in order to learn a lot in a short time, especially for an examination
to make a detailed study of something in order to discover new facts
British to study a subject
Britishold-fashioned to study a particular subject at university
British to read and learn information that you have studied in order to prepare for an examination. The American word is review
to be an expert in a particular part of a subject or profession
a description of an economic or political situation based on analysis of information at the present time
to allow someone to do something, or to allow something to happen
an unregulated form of capitalism that features financial deregulation, privatisation and low tax for high earners
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