(in the Gregorian calendar) a year that contains 366 days, with February 29 as an additional day: occurring in years whose last two digits are evenly divisible by four, except for centenary years not divisible by 400.
a year containing an extra day or extra month in any calendar.
a calendar year of 366 days, February 29 (leap day) being the additional day, that occurs every four years (those whose number is divisible by four) except for century years whose number is not divisible by 400. It offsets the difference between the length of the solar year (365.2422 days) and the calendar year of 365 days
late 14c., from leap (v.) + year. So called from its causing fixed festival days, which normally advance one weekday per year, to “leap” ahead one day in the week.
[lurn] /lɜrn/ verb (used with object), learned [lurnd] /lɜrnd/ (Show IPA) or learnt, learning. 1. to acquire knowledge of or skill in by study, instruction, or experience: to learn French; to learn to ski. 2. to become informed of or acquainted with; ascertain: to learn the truth. 3. to memorize: He learned the poem so […]
- Learned drive
learned drive n. See motive.
[lur-ning] /ˈlɜr nɪŋ/ noun 1. knowledge acquired by systematic study in any field of scholarly application. 2. the act or process of acquiring knowledge or skill. 3. Psychology. the modification of behavior through practice, training, or experience. [lurn] /lɜrn/ verb (used with object), learned [lurnd] /lɜrnd/ (Show IPA) or learnt, learning. 1. to acquire knowledge […]
noun 1. a library, usually in an educational institution, that includes and encourages the use of audiovisual aids and other special materials for learning in addition to books, periodicals, and the like.