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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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This is the first outpatient clinic in the UAE to make use of the latest robotics technology training to help patients relearn walking by activating nerve cells in the brain.
He said: "The battle to relearn how to make my body and mind work again taught me lessons that I will never forget.
To fully embrace this new era, we're going to have to unlearn and relearn much of what we currently know.
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.
If they don't relearn the ability to locate outrage at individual cases of injustice, and cease subsuming them within the "bigger picture" of the struggle against evil Republicanism, it's hard to imagine that trend being reversed.
Why must we relearn old lessons about using protective systems and rules that prevent hypoxia from occurring?
In hospital for two months; I had to relearn how to walk and then how to skate.
The Army G-4 is committed to ensure that we will not have to relearn these same lessons.
Located in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, this 200-bed skilled nursing facility has reintroduced its permanent residents to the pleasures of kitchen activities, and it gives short-term rehab residents an opportunity to relearn the skills they'll need to prepare meals when they return home.
Lang: I like new challenges, finding something that you have to learn or relearn.