Lehre

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From Old High German lēra, from Proto-Germanic *laizō, *laizā, from *laizijaną. Akin to Dutch leer, English lore, Swedish lära. Related to lehren and lernen.

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Lehre f (genitive Lehre, plural Lehren)

  1. science
  2. (religion) teaching, tenet
  3. apprenticeship
  4. doctrine
  5. lesson
    • 2010, Der Spiegel, issue 25/2010, page 77:
      Es gilt deshalb, die richtigen Lehren aus der Krise zu ziehen, aus den Fehlern der Vergangenheit zu lernen, um die Zukunft zu sichern.
      Therefore it is necessary to draw the right lessons from the crisis, to learn from the mistakes of the past for securing the future.

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