learning difficulty


learning difficulty
learning difficulty UK / US or learning disability UK / US noun [countable, usually plural]
Word forms "learning difficulty":
singular learning difficulty plural learning difficulties
a condition that prevents someone from learning basic skills or information at the same rate as other people

special provision for adults with learning difficulties


English dictionary. 2014.

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