teachverb

  • ja教える
  • ento learn or understand through experience

Examples

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Rosa!
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Watching you try to open that door
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and fail again and again and again and again was inspiring!
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I was trying to teach you a lesson,
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and instead, you taught me a lesson.
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Great, what lesson is that?
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There is nothing the human spirit cannot overcome.
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Tell me something that defined you.
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I would say my time on the college lacrosse team really defined me.
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It taught me hard work, dedication,
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and the ability to push past discomfort in order to reach a goal.
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That's great. Can you give me an example?
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Sure. For example, I'm pushing past the discomfort of the area on and around my butthole right now.
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Last year, my book club tried to force me to read 'Under the Tuscan Sun.'
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Luckily, I found out it was a movie just in time.
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But it taught me a valuable lesson.
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If you're down, go to Tuscany, and you'll be magically fixed.
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Do you think Tuscany's magic can fix Becky?
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- I do. - Oh, yeah!
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Pigeon Man, wait.
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- None of this would have happened if I hadn't— - Arnold, don't be sad.
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You've taught me that some people can be trusted.
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And I'll never forget that.
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To get a TV show, I think, that really taught me everything about my work ethic
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and taught me everything about how to be consistent,
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how to develop a character, every single day in and day out and so.
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- But you were a fan of Nickelodeon beforehand, right? - Big time.
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Big time.
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- So was this a dream come true? - Yeah.

Other meanings for teach...

teachverb

  • ja教える、指導する
  • ento give knowledge, skill or wisdom to a person or to give instructions either in a formal (school) or informal setting
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I am Mr. Tribbiani,
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and I will be teaching acting for soap operas.
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You have taught these kids, with hard work, that anything is possible.
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You are a dream maker,
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and I thank you.
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Do any of you know how to play?
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No.
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But you could teach us.
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No.
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I've seen you teaching lessons.
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Swimming lessons.
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You know, I could teach if you like.
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You taught me that Christmas isn't about presents.
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No, forget all that crap.
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Presents rule.
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Oh, Zac wanted to show you how he learned how to play guitar.
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I taught him how to play guitar.
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I got my first guitar lesson from Taylor.