English → English - know

n. state of knowing, knowledge
v. have knowledge of; be acquainted with; understand; distinguish; be aware of

English → Spanish - know

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

n. connaissance, le fin mot de l'affaire
v. savoir; connaître; comprendre; discerner; être conscient de

English → German - know

n. Wissen, Bescheid (wissen)
v. wissen; kennen; informiert sein; erkennen; unterscheiden, differenzieren

English → Indonesian - know

v. tahu, mengetahui, menguasai, pandai, mengerti, paham, maklum, mafhum, mengenal, kenal

English → Italian - know

s. sapere, essere informato; essere certo
v. conoscere, sapere; (rifl) fare la conoscenza di; capire; distinguere; essere consapevole di

English → Polish - know

v. wiedzieć, znać, umieć, zapoznać się

English → Portuguese - know

s. saber, conhecimento
v. saber; conhecer; entender; perceber; ter conhecimento

English → Romanian - know

v. şti, cunoaşte, pricepe: se pricepe, fi priceput în, face cunoştinţă cu, recunoaşte, reaminti: a-şi reaminti, fi în stare să recunoască, fi în stare să deosebească, fi în stare să distingă, fi în stare să aprecieze, avea experienţă, fi trecut prin, fi la curent

English → Russian - know

г. знать, иметь представление, иметь определенные знания; уметь, испытать, пережить; быть знакомым, узнавать, отличать

English → Turkish - know

f. bilmek, tanımak, tatmak, başından geçmek, ayırt etmek, farketmek, ilişkisi olmak

English → Ukrainian - know

v. знати, розуміти, уміти, усвідомлювати, володіти, знайомий: бути знайомим

English → Dutch - know

zn. kennis, op de hoogte zijn van
ww. weten; kennen; voorstellen; begrijpen; verstaan

English → Greek - know

ρήμ. ξέρω, γνωρίζω, αναγνωρίζω, ξεχωρίζω, έχω πείρα

English → Arabic - know

‏فهم، عرف، علم، ميز، عانى، درى، عرف جيدا، عرف شخص‏

English → Chinese - know

(动) 知道; 懂得; 了解; 认识; 知道; 了解, 懂得

English → Chinese - know

(動) 知道; 懂得; 瞭解; 認識; 知道; 瞭解, 懂得

English → Hindi - know

v. सूचत होना, जानना, समझना, पहिचानना, परिचित होना, सचेत: से सचेत होना, जानकारी होना

English → Japanese - know

(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

동. 알다, 숙지하다; 인정하다; 이해하다; 구별하다; 인지하다

English → Vietnamese - know

n. biết rỏ, được tin mách riêng
v. nhận biết, nhận ra, phân biệt, hiểu biết

Definition of know

1. To perceive the truth or factuality of; to be certain of or that.
I know that I’m right and you’re wrong.
He knew something terrible was going to happen.
2. To be aware of; to be cognizant of.
Did you know Michelle and Jack were getting divorced? ― Yes, I knew.
She knows where I live.
I knew he was upset, but I didn't understand why.
3. To be acquainted or familiar with; to have encountered.
I know your mother, but I’ve never met your father.
4. To experience.
Their relationship knew ups and downs.
5. To distinguish, to discern, particularly by contrast or comparison; to recognize the nature of.
To know a person's face or figure;
To know right from wrong;
I wouldn't know one from the other.
6. To recognize as the same (as someone or something previously encountered) after an absence or change.
7. To understand or have a grasp of through experience or study.
Let me do it. I know how it works.
She knows how to swim.
His mother tongue is Italian, but he also knows French and English.
She knows chemistry better than anybody else.
Know your enemy and know yourself.
8. To have sexual relations with.
9. To have knowledge; to have information, be informed.
It is vital that he not know.
She knew of our plan.
He knows about 19th century politics.
10. To be or become aware or cognizant.
Did you know Michelle and Jack were getting divorced? ― Yes, I knew.
11. To be acquainted (with another person).
12. To be able to play or perform (a song or other piece of music).
Do you know "Blueberry Hill"?
13. Knowledge; the state of knowing.
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Verb Forms

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
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