Meaning of "know" in Essential American English Dictionary
/noʊ/ ( past tense knew, past participle known)
A2 to be able to do something: Do you know how to ski?
let someone know A2 to tell someone something: Let me know if you’re going to the party.
I know › used when you agree with something someone has just said: “It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it?” “I know – let’s hope it lasts.”
be known as something B1 to be called: California is also known as the Sunshine State.
get to know someone/something B1 to gradually learn more about someone or something: I got to know Frank at work.
as far as I know › used to say that you think something is true, but cannot be sure: As far as I know, he isn’t married.
Translations of “know”
||알다, 알고 있다, 확신하다…
||tahu, mengetahui, kenal…
||savoir, connaître, reconnaître…
||bilmek, görmüş/duymuş/bulunmuş/karşılaşmış olmak, anlamak…
||sapere, saper fare, conoscere…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||掌握資訊, 知道，熟悉，瞭解, （用於詢問資訊）知道…
||знать, иметь понятие, быть знакомым…
||wiedzieć, znać, umieć…
||biết, thuộc, có quen…
||saber, conocer, reconocer…
||saber, conhecer, conhecer sobre…
||รู้, เรียนรู้, รู้จัก…
||wissen, kennen, erkennen…
||知っている, ～が分かる, きっと～だと思う…
||tahu, mengenal, kenal…
|in Chinese (Simplified)
||掌握信息, 知道，熟悉，了解, （用于询问信息）知道…