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learning disability

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlearning disabilityˈlearning disaˌbility noun [countable, uncountable]  a mental problem that affects someone’s ability to learn
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learning disabilityNo sign of a definite learning disability.More than a million people in Britain have some degree of learning disability, with some 160,000 severely affected.The parents sought the advice of others, including three psychologists, learning disability specialists, and other parents.
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