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Lesson Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
Noun You can't' go out to play until you've' finished your lessons. The book is divided into 12 lessons. She took piano lessons for years. political leaders who have failed to learn the lessons of history I've' learned my lesson -I'll' never do that again!
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The word lesson comes from Latin lectio the" action of reading out. From there, the word was also used for the text itself, very often a passage from the Bible read out during a religious service first" lesson, second" lesson.
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And you, my sister-you, who lesson me on endurance, your cheek is pale, and your step languid; even with you, how much has life lost its interest! lesson plural lessons. A section of learning or teaching into which a wider learning content is divided.
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