Definition of 'knowledge'
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You need to have specialist knowledge about how scars behave. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That is often the way people misunderstand divine knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They also could use the knowledge they have about firms and their competitors. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Producers are looking for people with engineering knowledge. The Sun (2017)There he trained native doctors and gained vital knowledge about military medicine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It’s about having people with the knowledge and experience to advise. Computing (2010)His character and his knowledge about football is very good. The Sun (2016)At the end, it comes down to knowledge of life and death. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There were large gaps in people 's historical knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We made a distinction there between scientific knowledge and technical knowledge about language. The Chomsky Update - Linguistics and Politics (1990)We need to give people the knowledge to make better choices. The Sun (2011)There is now a great deal of research that shows that specific knowledge makes a huge difference. The Developing Child (7th edn.) (1995)What can such a person do that cannot be done by a person lacking that knowledge base? Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers, (1995)The improved flows of information and knowledge make it easier to establish and control overseas operations. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)Should it now tweak that to explain that some knowledge comes at a cost? Times, Sunday Times (2007)They will be questioned on specialist subjects and general knowledge. The Sun (2014)Knowledge about the prospects of promotion and what it will be based on might also be lacking. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)Science teachers are best at correcting misinformation as they have knowledge of scientific explanations. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We asked three older people what financial knowledge they would impart to younger generations. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The emphasis here is on specific knowledge. MANAGING FOR RESULTS (1986)The person of knowledge has always been expected to take responsibility for being understood. THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)Knowledge or information about a good can affect demand. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Mencap can also provide a list of solicitors with specialist knowledge on this subject. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One of the difficulties in dealing with it lay in a lack of real knowledge about its extent and depth. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)The affair became public knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He has been inconsistent on the key issues over the space of a very short time, and his experience and knowledge of international affairs is modest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'knowledge'
British English: knowledge /ˈnɒlɪdʒ/ NOUN
Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject, which someone has in their mind.
He says he had no knowledge of the payments.
- American English: knowledge
- Arabic: مَعْرِفَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: conhecimento
- Chinese: 知识
- Croatian: znanje
- Czech: vědomosti
- Danish: viden
- Dutch: kennis wetenschap
- European Spanish: conocimiento
- Finnish: tieto
- French: connaissances
- German: Wissen
- Greek: γνώση
- Italian: conoscenza
- Japanese: 知識
- Korean: 지식
- Norwegian: kunnskap
- Polish: wiedza
- European Portuguese: conhecimento
- Romanian: cunoaștere
- Russian: знание
- Spanish: conocimiento
- Swedish: kunskap
- Thai: ความรู้
- Turkish: bilgi
- Ukrainian: знання
- Vietnamese: sự hiểu biết
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