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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgleanglean /ɡliːn/ verb  1 [transitive]FIND OUT to find out information slowly and with difficultyglean something from somebody/something Additional information was gleaned from other sources.2 [intransitive, transitive]TAC to collect grain that has been left behind after the crops have been cut→ See Verb table
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gleanThere are other clues to be gleaned.Some information can be gleaned, although it tends to be more sketchy.And her reaction to her illness was, as best I can glean, fraught with fear, discouragement, and depression.A measure of its success and an indication of the magnitude of its task could be gleaned from Benelux.But some idea of the general type he was looking for can be gleaned from his memoirs.Believers say the government has captured alien spacecraft and used the technology gleaned from them to make their own spaceships.glean something from somebody/somethingSeveral lessons can be gleaned from our experience so far.