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Significado de “known” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "known" - Diccionario Inglés

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knownadjective

uk   /nəʊn/  us   /noʊn/
B2 used to refer to something or someone that is ​familiar to or ​understood by ​people: These ​people are known ​criminals. There is no known ​reason for the ​accident. He is known to the ​police because of his ​previouscriminalrecord.
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known as sth
B1 If someone or something is known as a ​particularname, that ​person or thing is called by that ​name: And this is Terry, otherwise known as "Muscleman".
make sth known
to ​tellpeople about something so that it ​becomespublicly known: Local ​residents have made known ​theirobjections to the ​proposals. I made it known that I was not ​happy with the ​decision.

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Significado de "known" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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knownadjective [not gradable]

 us   /noʊn/
generallyunderstood or ​proven: There is no known ​reason for the ​accident. It is a known ​fact that he ​started out a ​poor man. [+ to infinitive] These ​substances are known to ​causeskinproblems.
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