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Translation of "knowledge" - English-Spanish dictionary

knowledge

noun /ˈnolidʒ/
the fact of knowing
conocimiento
She was greatly encouraged by the knowledge that she had won first prize in the competition.
information or what is known
conocimiento
He had a vast amount of knowledge about boats.
the whole of what can be learned or found out
conocimiento, saber
This research advances the sum of human knowledge. Science is a branch of knowledge about which I am rather ignorant.
knowledgeable adjective having a great deal of information
entendido, erudito
He is very knowledgeable about the history of the city.
general knowledge noun knowledge about a wide range of subjects
cultura general
a general knowledge quiz.
(Definition of knowledge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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