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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
teach (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to cause to know something - taught them a trade
b) to cause to know how - is teaching me to drive
c) to accustom to some action or attitude - teach students to think for themselves
d) to cause to know the disagreeable consequences of some action - I'll teach you to come home late
2.
to guide the studies of
3.
to impart the knowledge of - teach algebra
4.
a) to instruct by precept, example, or experience
b) to make known and accepted - experience teaches us our limitations
5.
intransitive verb
to conduct instruction regularly in - teach school to provide instruction act as a - teacher learn
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
teach (verb)
to cause to acquire knowledge or skill in some field
SYNONIMS:
educate, indoctrinate, instruct, lesson, school, train, tutor
RELATED WORDS:
coach, mentor; drill, fit, ground, habilitate, prepare, prime, qualify; direct, guide, lead, rear; catechize, lecture, moralize, preach; implant, inculcate, instill ( instil); homeschool; edify, enlighten; brief, familiarize, impart (to), inform, verse; initiate, introduce, show; reeducate, reschool, reteach, retrain
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