verb. ['riːˈlɛrn'] learn something again, as after having forgotten or neglected it.
Rhymes with Relearn
Sentences with relearn
1. Verb, base form
Art therapy can help patients relearn how to use their hands and arms through broad painting strokes.
2. Noun, singular or mass
Using this tool, a mechanic can run the relearn procedure that's appropriate for your Dodge.
This variation is a relearn cycle for the adaptive idle and shift control system.
Quotes about relearn
1. Even her name seemed empty, as though it had detached itself from her and was floating untethered in his mind. How am I supposed to live without you? It was not a matter of the body; his body would carry on as usual. The problem was located in the word how: he would live, but without Elspeth the flavour, the manner, the method of living were lost to him. He would have to relearn solitude.
- Audrey Niffenegger, Her Fearful Symmetry