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Two meanings?[edit]

Aren't there two meanings for study (French étudier and réviser)

Yes. I will fix that. —Internoob (DiscCont) 23:51, 27 July 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Which one of these (if not both) two sentences are correct?

1. I'm going to study about that subject. or

2. I'm going to study on that subject.

Neither. I'm going to study that subject. —Internoob (DiscCont) 23:51, 27 July 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Missing Definition[edit]

Shouldn't there be another definition for the noun meaning something akin to a research project?

AA Vernacular[edit]

What does study mean as here:

    • 1987 Fences by August Wilson
      ROSE: Ain't no use in you studying me. It don't matter what time I come back.
      TROY: I just asked you a question, woman. What’s the matter . . . can’t I ask you a question?

As in studial capacities, in The Principles of Language Study by Palmer . Backinstadiums (talk) 11:25, 23 July 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]