study

 

To study is to focus one’s attention on a subject for the purpose of learning about it. You probably already know the meaning of this word, so here I’ll show you what it looks like in various tenses:

simple past past participle
study
studied
studied

The adjective form for this word is "studious."

  • If Zefferino were more studious, he’d do better in school.
  • Kids on this campus are known for being studious.
  • Desks, tables, and wooden chairs create a more studious environment than couches and bean bag chairs.

This word can also be used as a noun. A study is something that is researched or involves experimentation.

  • A medical study revealed the long-term benefits of exercise.
  • I read an interesting study about the impact of plastic in the environment.
  • The university is conducting a study to determine the affects of low-level radiation on the human body.

man on computer

He studies online.

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Published on April 19, 2014. / Updated on February 10, 2018.