taught

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English tachte, taðte, tagh, taght(e), tagthe, taȝt(e), taȝtte, taht(e), taihte, taiste, taite, taucte, taught(e), taugth(e), tauȝgt, tauȝt(e), tauȝth(e), tauȝtt(e), tauht(e), taut(e), tauth(e), tæhte, teahte, teȝte, tehte, teiȝhte, teiȝte, teihte, thaugh, thaughte, thauht, thaute, toȝte, tothte, touthe, from Old English tāhte, tǣhte, from Proto-Germanic *taihtē.

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Verb[edit]

taught

  1. simple past tense and past participle of teach

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