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LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Via some other European language, ultimately a borrowing from Latin studeō (to dedicate oneself, to study).

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studēt tr. or intr., 2nd conj., pres. studēju, studē, studē, past studēju

  1. to study at a university or college
    studēt universitātēto study at the university
    studēt neklātienēto study remotely
    studējošā jaunatnestudents, the studying youth
    Pakalns ieradās Rīgā pagājušajā rudenī, lai studētu augstskolāPakalns arrived in Riga last fall to study at the university
  2. to study something (to aquire (knowledge of something) at a university or college)
    studēt ķīmiju, bioloģiju, medicīnuto study chemistry, biology, medicine
    studēt mākslas vēsturito study the history of art
    ko studēt? Helvigs nevarēja izšķirtiesto study what? Helvigs could not decide
  3. to study something (to explore, to examine, to learn something carefully and systematically)
    viņš kopē Mikelandželo freskas, studē Ticiāna krāsu noslēpumshe copied Michelangelo's frescoes, (he) studied TIciano's color secrets
    no visiem pārdzīvojumiem saprastu, ka cilvēki visu laiku jāstudē, jāpētīfrom all (my) experiences I understood that people must study, research, all the time
    māte ar Ievu virtuvē studē lielo enciklopēdijumother and Ieva were studying a big encyclopedia in the kitchen

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