Educated vs. Learned

Educated vs. Learned — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Educated and Learned

Educatedadjective

Having an education, especially one above the average.

Learnedadjective

Having profound, often systematic knowledge; erudite.

Educatedadjective

Showing evidence of schooling, training, or experience.

Learnedadjective

Showing or characterized by such knowledge

a learned journal.

Educatedadjective

Having or exhibiting cultivation; cultured

an educated manner.

Learnedadjective

(lûrnd) Acquired by learning or experience

learned behavior.

Educatedadjective

Based on a certain amount of experience or factual knowledge

an educated guess.

Learnedadjective

Having much learning, knowledgeable, erudite; highly educated.

My learned friend (a formal, courteous description of a lawyer)

Educatedadjective

Having attained a level of higher education, such as a college degree.

Learnedadjective

Derived from experience; acquired by learning.

Everyday behavior is an overlay of learned behavior over instinct.

Educatedadjective

Based on relevant information.

Learnedverb

simple past tense and past participle of learn

Educatedverb

simple past tense and past participle of educate

Learnedadjective

having or showing profound knowledge;

a learned juristan erudite professor

Educatedadjective

possessing an education (especially having more than average knowledge)

Learnedadjective

highly educated; having extensive information or understanding;

an enlightened publicknowing instructorsa knowledgeable critica knowledgeable audience

Educatedadjective

having or based on relevant experience;

an educated guessan enlightened electorate

Learnedadjective

established by conditioning or learning;

a conditioned response

Educatedadjective

adequately educated in the use of numerical terms and concepts especially in arithmetical operations

Learnedadjective

acquired by learning;

learned skills