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Definitions of study:

part of speech: verb transitive

To bestow pains upon: to apply the mind to: to examine closely, in order to learn thoroughly: to form and arrange by thought: to con over.

part of speech: verb

To fix the mind closely upon a subject in order to understand it; to learn by application; to dwell upon in thought; to muse; to apply the mind to; to consider attentively.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To apply the mind closely to a subject: to try hard: to muse: to apply the mind to books:- pa. t. and pa. p. studied.

part of speech: noun

A setting of the mind upon a subject: application to books, etc.: absorbed attention: contrivance: any object of attentive consideration: any particular branch of learning: a place devoted to study.

part of speech: noun

The application of the mind to the gaining of knowledge; any particular branch of learning; a product of study, as a painter's sketch; a piece of music for special practice; a thoughtful state of mind; earnest desire or endeavor; a room set apart for mental work.

part of speech: noun

The application of the mind or thoughts to a subject for the purpose of learning what was not before known; deep attention; any particular branch of learning on which the mind may be set in order to its acquirement; subject of attention; a place devoted to study; in the fine arts, a work undertaken for improvement.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To devote oneself closely to books and learning, or to any subject of inquiry; to reflect.

part of speech: present participle

Studying.

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