know

nəu

Перевод:

Verb: знать узнавать уметь сознавать

Фразы:

to know a thing like a book - знать что-л. как свои пять пальцев

to know which side one's bread is buttered - быть себе на уме

to come to know smb. better - лучше узнать кого-л.

not to know for certain - не знать наверняка

to know (learn) to one's own cost - (у)знать по собственному горькому опыту

to know smth. from A to Z - знать что-л. в совершенстве

not to know A from B - быть невежественным

to know from previous experience - знать по опыту

to know farther - глубже узнать

to know / get / find / have / take the length of smb.'s foot - узнать чью-л. слабость, раскусить человека

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Примеры:

I know this voice! - Я узнаю этот голос! / Мне знаком этот голос!

I wouldn't know! - Откуда мне знать!

I knew him at once. - Я его тотчас узнал.

I know Latin. - Я знаю латынь /латинский язык/.

I know I won't get the job. - Я знаю, что не получу эту работу.

You know nothing of this business. - Вы ничего не смыслите в этом бизнесе.

Do you know all the words to 'As Time Goes By'? - Ты знаешь весь текст песни "As Time Goes By"?

I don't know her name. - Я не знаю её имени /как её зовут/.

I don't know him very well. - Я не знаю его достаточно хорошо.

Do you know what time it is? - Ты знаешь, сколько сейчас времени?

I don't know where to go. - Я не знаю, куда идти.

Do you know the answer? - Вы знаете ответ?

We know this movie. - Мы знаем этот фильм.

Do you know my sister? - Вы знаете мою сестру?

I know it's time. - Знаю, что пора.

I know the feeling! - Мне знакомо это чувство! / Как я тебя понимаю!

I don't know the words to that song. - Я не знаю слов этой песни.

Who knows the answer? - Кто знает ответ?

Didn't you know that? - Разве вы этого не знали?

I know her from school. - Я знаю её со школы.

I know some French. - Я немного знаю французский.

Those lads knew real trouble. - Эти ребята испытали настоящие лишения.

She knows the rules of the game. - Она знает правила игры.

Does your husband know how to cook? - Ваш муж умеет готовить?

I know that I left the key on the table. - Я точно помню, что оставил ключ на столе.

I should have known it wouldn't be easy. - Мне следовало знать, что это будет непросто.

He is always in the know. - Он всегда в курсе событий.

I don't know if I'll be able to come. - Не знаю, смогу ли я прийти.

I didn't know how difficult it would be. - Я не понимал, насколько это сложно.

Do you know how to change a fuse? - Вы знаете, как заменить предохранитель?

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Связанные термины:

I know: You say ' I know ' to show that you agree with what has just been said .

know-all: If you say that someone is a know-all, you are critical of them because they think that they know a lot more than other people.

know best: to be the best guide, authority, etc.

know from: → see from (sense 11 )

know-how: Know-how is knowledge of the methods or techniques of doing something, especially something technical or practical .

you know: You use you know to emphasize or to draw attention to what you are saying .

don't know: a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp as a response to a questionnaire

know better: to be aware that one could or should act better or think more correctly

know-nothing: an ignorant person

I know what: I have an idea

in the know: If you are in the know about something, especially something that is not known about or understood by many people, you have information about it.

know backwards: to understand completely

know by name: to have heard of without having met

know-it-all: If you say that someone is a know-it-all, you are critical of them because they think that they know a lot more than other people.

need-to-know: done or given only when it is essential that someone knows something

to know best: If you say that a particular person knows best, you mean that they have a lot of experience and should therefore be trusted to make decisions for other people.

you-know-who: a person whose name one does not want to say, but who is known to the person to whom one is speaking

know by sight: to be familiar with the appearance of without having personal acquaintance

know the area: An area is a particular part of a town, a country, a region, or the world.

know the ropes: to have a thorough understanding of a particular sphere of activity

know the score: If you know the score, you know what the real facts of a situation are and how they affect you, even though you may not like them.

to know better: If someone knows better than to do something, they are old enough or experienced enough to know it is the wrong thing to do.

you don't know: You can say ' You don't know ' in order to emphasize how strongly you feel about the remark you are going to make.

you know what: a thing or person that the speaker cannot or does not want to specify

you never know: You say ' You never know ' or ' One never knows ' to indicate that it is not definite or certain what will happen in the future, and to suggest that there is some hope that things will turn out well .

as we know it: If you talk about a thing or system as we know it, you are referring to the form in which it exists now and which is familiar to most people.

if you must know: You say ' if you must know ' when you tell someone something that you did not want them to know and you want to suggest that you think they were wrong to ask you about it.

know one's onions: to be fully acquainted with a subject

know one's place: to be aware of one's inferior position

know one's stuff: If you say that someone knows their stuff, you mean that they are good at doing something because they know a lot about it.

know what's what: to know how one thing or things in general work

know your onions: to know a great deal about a particular subject

what do you know: People sometimes say ' What do you know ! ' when they are very surprised about something.

as far as I know: You can use far in expressions like ' as far as I know ' and ' so far as I remember ' to indicate that you are not absolutely sure of the statement you are about to make or have just made, and you may be wrong .

I know the feeling: You say ' I know the feeling ' to show that you understand or feel sorry about a problem or difficult experience that someone is telling you about.

know only by name: to be familiar with the name of but not know personally

know when to stop: If you say that someone does not know when to stop, you mean that they do not control their own behaviour very well and so they often annoy or upset other people.

to know full well: If you say that a person knows full well that something is true, especially something unpleasant, you are emphasizing that they are definitely aware of it, although they may behave as if they are not.

to know no bounds: If you say that a feeling or quality knows no bounds, you are emphasizing that it is very strong or intense .

to know the ropes: If you know the ropes, you know how a particular job or task should be done .

what does sb know: You can use expressions such as What does she know ? and What do they know? when you think that someone has no right to comment on a situation because they do not understand it.

know better than to: not to be so stupid as to

know one's own mind: to know one's own real thoughts, desires, etc.

know someone by sight: If you know someone by sight, you can recognize them when you see them, although you have never met them and talked to them.

know something backwards: to know something very well

not that I know of: You say ' Not that I know of ' when someone has asked you whether or not something is true and you think the answer is 'no' but you cannot be sure because you do not know all the facts .

to get to know sb: If you get to know someone, you find out what they are like by spending time with them.

to let someone know: If you let someone know something, you tell them about it or make sure that they know about it.

I don't know about you: You can say ' I don't know about you ' to indicate that you are going to give your own opinion about something and you want to find out if someone else feels the same.

I don't know how/what: You use I don't know in expressions which indicate criticism of someone's behaviour . For example, if you say that you do not know how someone can do something, you mean that you cannot understand or accept them doing it.

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Однокоренные слова:

knowing - знание, понимание, осознание, знакомство, знающий, понимающий, проницательный
knowable - познаваемый

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