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acquainted

adjective  /əˈkweɪn·tɪd/ us  
knowing or being familiar with someone or something: "Do you know Megan?" "No, we’re not acquainted." We got acquainted when they gave us a ride home last night.
Translations of “acquainted”
in Chinese (Traditional) 相識的, 認識的, 熟悉的…
in Russian знакомый…
in Turkish tanınan, bilinen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相识的, 认识的, 熟悉的…
in Polish zaznajomiony, ≈ znać się…
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