Part of speech: past tense


Part of speech: past participle

To apply oneself to the acquisition of knowledge; examine; meditate upon.

Part of speech: verb

The act of studying.

Part of speech: noun

A department of knowledge.

Part of speech: noun

In art, a first sketch.

Part of speech: noun

A room devoted to study.

Part of speech: noun

Earnest endeavor.

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Usage examples "study":

  1. The more I study you, the less I admire you! - "Colorado--The Bright Romance of American History", F. C. Grable.
  2. About an hour later he came down to Roger's study. - "His Family", Ernest Poole.
  3. But it's going to mean a lot of study hours. - "The Loom of Youth", Alec Waugh.