Definition of 'well-known'
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She asks me not to name the well-known corporation or her surname. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has some unusual names as well as the well-known brands. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If group motivation is important to you, go for a well-known brand. The Sun (2017)Companies' well-known and important brands are now continually being redefined by consumers. Computing (2010)This is a well-known phenomenon in other areas of chemistry. Fire and Ice - the Greenhouse Effect, Ozone Depletion, and Nuclear Winter (1990)There is also a particular pressure to portraying a well-known figure. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We are such a well-known brand for good or in some cases for bad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)IT'S a well-known fact that only two things will definitely survive a nuclear war. The Sun (2008)That is not to say some well-known names are not worth growing. The Sun (2015)Subsequently she became a citizen of her adopted country and a well-known figure in its musical life. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Manufacturers of well-known brands have announced higher peat contents for next year. The Sun (2013)IT'S a well-known fact that footballers have embarrassing tastes in music. The Sun (2008)New love has a well-known family name. The Sun (2010)It turned out that his mother was a salesperson for a well-known brand of plastic containers. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)It is a well-known fact that our cities are being overrun by foxes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Luck links you to a well-known name in the sports world. The Sun (2013)There are also some bloggers listed below who may be well-known yet but should be on your radar. Christianity Today (2000)It is a well-known fact that men and women think very differently when it comes to love and romance. The Sun (2009)I wondered how that compared with other well-known public figures. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A well-known name in the football world is lucky for a family. The Sun (2007)If you did any other well-known diets you'd be paying a lot more. The Sun (2015)Father or mother may already be well-known pianists, and may be a difficult act to follow. The Secrets of Musical Confidence (1994)Activists in Moscow put balaclavas on statues of well-known figures in protest. Times, Sunday Times (2012)What is the name of the well-known designer whose father was a member of the Beatles? Times, Sunday Times (2008)These are generally fairly well-known figures and fairly wealthy, who are perfectly capable of looking after themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: well-known /ˈwɛlˈnəʊn/ ADJECTIVE
Something or someone that is well-known is famous or familiar.
She was a very well-known author.
- American English: well-known
- Arabic: مَشْهُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: bem-conhecido
- Chinese: 众所周知的
- Croatian: poznat
- Czech: známý slavný
- Danish: velkendt
- Dutch: bekend beroemd
- European Spanish: conocido famoso
- Finnish: tunnettu
- French: fameux
- German: wohlbekannt
- Greek: πασίγνωστος
- Italian: famoso
- Japanese: 有名な
- Korean: 잘 알려진
- Norwegian: velkjent
- Polish: dobrze znany
- European Portuguese: bem conhecido
- Romanian: binecunoscut
- Russian: известный
- Spanish: conocido
- Swedish: välkänd
- Thai: ที่มีชื่อเสียง
- Turkish: tanınmış
- Ukrainian: відомий
- Vietnamese: nổi tiếng
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