1 having much knowledge acquired by study 有学问的; 博学的
*learned men 学者
* He's very learned but rather absent-minded. 他很有学问, 可是好忘事.
2 of or for learned people 学术性的; 为学者的
*learned journals, societies, language 学术刊物、团体、语言
* the learned professions, eg law, medicine 有学识的职业（如法律、医学）
* (law 律) my learned friend, ie legal colleague (a term of courtesy) （法律界同行之间的敬称）.
a learned person has a lot of knowledge because they have read and studied a lot
a learned professor
learned books/works etc
books etc that are written by people who have a lot of knowledge
learned works on natural history
1. Before Anne learned to drive , she read the Highway Code. 安妮在学开车前，学习了公路规则。
2. But I learned to write, at first by writing to everybody I could think of. 但我学会了写作。我先是给我能够想起的所有人写信，
3. But most of all, you've learned what a "7.6 per cent unemployment rate" really means.
4. What would he think if he learned the truth? 他要是知道真实情况会怎么想呢？
5. When your letter reached me, I had with me a learned young doctor from Rome. 收到您的信时，我同一位从罗马来的很有学问的年青博士在一起。
6. We can read of things that happened 5,000 years ago in the Near East, where people first learned to write. 我们从书籍中可读到5,000年前近东发生的事情，那里的人最早学会了写字。
7. When she was eight years old, she went to a school for the blind in Boston, and she learned to read books written for blind people. 8岁时她来到波士顿市的一所盲人学校上学，学会了阅读那些专给盲人出的书。
8. When I was taught to say "I see a book on the desk" and "I´m going to see a friend", I thought I had learned everything about the word see. 当我学会说“我看到桌上有本书”和“我要去看位朋友”时，我以为自己完全掌握了“see”这个词。
9. When I went to college, I learned that all students were required to take an English course. 到了大学，我了解到所有学生必须上英语课。
10. While no one way of winning the war against AIDS exists, the network shares these lessons learned in its battle against AIDS: 尽管还没有一种能战胜艾滋病的方法，但这一网络在与艾滋病抗争中获得了以下经验：