English - Definiton of know Pronunciation
n. state of knowing, knowledge
v. have knowledge of; be acquainted with; understand; distinguish; be aware of
English - Spanish - know Pronunciation
s. (to be in the know) estar enterado, saber
v. saber; estar en conocimiento de, tener por sabido; conocer, estar informado sobre; ser sabio
English - French - know Pronunciation
n. connaissance, le fin mot de l'affaire
v. savoir; connaître; comprendre; discerner; être conscient de
English - German - know Pronunciation
n. Wissen, Bescheid (wissen)
v. wissen; kennen; informiert sein; erkennen; unterscheiden, differenzieren
English - Italian - know Pronunciation
s. sapere, essere informato; essere certo
v. conoscere, sapere; (rifl) fare la conoscenza di; capire; distinguere; essere consapevole di
English - Portuguese - know Pronunciation
s. saber, conhecimento
v. saber; conhecer; entender; perceber; ter conhecimento
English - Russian - know Pronunciation
г. знать, иметь представление, иметь определенные знания; уметь, испытать, пережить; быть знакомым, узнавать, отличать
English - Turkish - know Pronunciation
f. bilmek, tanımak, tatmak, başından geçmek, ayırt etmek, farketmek, ilişkisi olmak
English - Albanian - know Pronunciation
v. di, njoh, marr vesh, dalloj, shquaj, them
English - Dutch - know Pronunciation
zn. kennis, op de hoogte zijn van
ww. weten; kennen; voorstellen; begrijpen; verstaan
English - Greek - know Pronunciation
ρήμ. ξέρω, γνωρίζω, αναγνωρίζω, ξεχωρίζω, έχω πείρα
English - Chinese - know Pronunciation
(动) 知道; 懂得; 了解; 认识; 知道; 了解, 懂得
English - Chinese - know Pronunciation
(動) 知道; 懂得; 瞭解; 認識; 知道; 瞭解, 懂得
English - Japanese - know Pronunciation
(動) 知る; 憶えている; わかる; 熟知している; 見て知っている; 知合いである
(名) 知識
English - Korean - know Pronunciation
동. 알다, 숙지하다; 인정하다; 이해하다; 구별하다; 인지하다
Expressions
verb: be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object Example:She doesn't know this composer.
verb: be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about Example:I know that the President lied to the people.
verb: be aware of the truth of something; have a belief or faith in something; regard as true beyond any doubt Example:I know that I left the key on the table.
verb: know how to do or perform something Example:She knows how to knit.

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Synonyms for know
1. discriminate: differentiate, distinguish, separate, difference
2. understand: comprehend, fathom, perceive, discern, cognise, appreciate, apprehend
3. experience: undergo, sustain, suffer, see, have
4. befriend: acquaint, familiarise, familiarize, introduce
Verb forms for know
Present participle: knowing
Present: know (3.person: knows)
Past: knew
Future: will know
Present conditional: would know
Present Perfect: have known (3.person: has known)
Past Perfect: had known
Future Perfect: will have known
Past conditional: would have known