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re·learn·ing

(rē-lĕrn'ing),
The process of regaining a skill or ability that has been partially or entirely lost; savings involved in relearning, compared with original learning, give an index of the degree of retention.

re·learn·ing

(rē-lĕrn'ing)
The process of regaining a skill or ability that has been partially or entirely lost; savings involved in relearning, compared with original learning, give an index of the degree of retention.

relearning

Acquiring a skill or ability that had been previously present but was lost or removed as a result of physical damage to the muscles or brain.
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They'll need to be constantly able to unlearn and relearn using the technologies of the moment as part of an ongoing interaction with knowledge.
The confident, mellow pace of the medical lab of years past has given way to an unsettling kaleidoscope of new technology in the industry that has challenged seasoned lab techs to learn, unlearn, and relearn.
He needs to relearn how to do things he would have done automatically before.
Like other people who survive brain injuries caused by gunshot wounds, strokes, falls and car accidents, Stansfield has struggled for years to relearn skills that most of us take for granted.
Oh, the pain is helping us to relearn that the institution of the church is only a means to an end, not an end in itself.
Because the examiners worked on an infrequent, on-call basis, they often were unfamiliar with procedures and equipment and had to relearn essential job functions during actual examinations.
In the four days we sat at home and roamed the streets, we had to relearn the phenomenon we discovered in 1947: New York is a marvelous mixture of the best and worst of everything, but when it comes to crunch time it becomes as deeply and lovingly patriotic as Toonerville, Kansas.
When we started writing the scripts for the fourth season, we had to go back and relearn ReBoot.
But the first thing the Democrats need to do is relearn how to argue their own case.
You'll relearn how to speak so others understand you, and take care not to chip or break a tooth on the tongue-ring.
I"m training people to relearn the very jobs I replaced
When symptoms are not excessive, gait exercises can actually help a person relearn the art of walking, according to many therapists.