Meaning of well-learned in English:


Pronunciation /ˌwɛlˈləːnɪd/


  • 1Having sound knowledge or a good education; fully versed or thoroughly instructed in a subject. Now somewhat archaic.

  • 2Of a lesson, story, etc.: thoroughly or properly learned or memorized. Now also of an action or behaviour: that is made fully familiar or routine by means of repetition.


Late Middle English. Partly from well + learned.