/noʊ/v[I/T](past tenseknew/nu/, past participleknown/noʊn/)(HAVE INFORMATION)
›to have information in your mind; to be aware of something: [I]“Where did he go?” “I don’t know.”[T]Do you know the answer?[T]She knows the name of every kid in school.[+ question word]Do you know how to tap dance?[+ question word]We don’t know when he’s arriving.[+ (that) clause]I knew (that) something was wrong from the start.[+ question word]I want to know how much this will cost.know of›If you know of someone or something, you have experience of or information about the person or thing: Do you know of a good doctor?