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knowledge

noun
 
 
/ˈnɒlɪdʒ/
B1 [U, no plural] information and understanding that you have in your mind: He will easily find a job with his knowledge and skills. He has a detailed knowledge of naval history. He took the car without my knowledge (= I did not know).Knowledge and awareness
to (the best of) sb's knowledge B2 used to say that someone thinks that something is true, but cannot be sure: To the best of my knowledge, she's never worked abroad.Knowledge and awarenessUncertaintyHesitatingAchievable
Translations of “knowledge”
in Korean 지식…
in Arabic مَعْرِفة…
in French connaissance, connaissances, savoir…
in Turkish bilgi, malumat…
in Italian conoscenza, cognizioni…
in Chinese (Traditional) 知識, 學問, 學識…
in Russian знание…
in Polish wiedza…
in Spanish conocimiento, saber…
in Portuguese conhecimento…
in German das Wissen, die Kenntnis, die Wissenschaft…
in Catalan coneixement…
in Japanese 知識…
in Chinese (Simplified) 知识, 学问, 学识…
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