knowledge

ˈnɔlɪdʒ

Перевод:

Noun: знание знания познания осведомленность

Фразы:

to give smb. the benefit of one's experience and knowledge - поделиться с кем-л. своим опытом и знаниями

depth of her knowledge - глубина её знаний

a desire for knowledge - жажда знаний

explicit knowledge - явно заданные знания

acquisition of knowledge - приобретение знаний

to flatter smb. on smb.'s knowledge - преувеличивать чьи-л. знания

to flout scientific knowledge - пренебрегать научными достижениями / отрицать научные знания

the five gateways of knowledge - пять "ключей" к обретению знания

hunger for knowledge - жажда знаний

daily increments to our knowledge - ежедневное возрастание наших знаний

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Примеры:

He struck me by his knowledge. - Он поразил меня своими знаниями.

Their knowledge is very basic. - Их знания — самые элементарные. / Они знают лишь самые основы.

He did it without my knowledge. - Он сделал это без моего ведома.

She has little knowledge of fashion. - Она мало что знает о моде.

It came to my knowledge that... - До моего ведома дошло, что…

Those spheres of knowledge often touch. - Эти области знаний часто взаимодействуют друг с другом.

the world's heritage of knowledge - всемирное наследие знаний

His knowledge doesn't go very far. - Его знания весьма поверхностны. (букв. не заходят очень далеко)

He put his knowledge to good use. - Он нашёл своим знаниям хорошее применение.

To my knowledge, she has never been here. - Насколько я знаю, она здесь никогда не была.

The boy went away without his mother's knowledge. - Мальчик ушел без ведома матери.

His knowledge of history is profound. - Его знание истории основательно / глубоко. (он очень хорошо знает историю)

Books are no doubt very useful helps to knowledge. - Книги, без сомнения, очень полезный источник знаний.

His knowledge is fragmentary and unconnected. - Его знания отрывочны и бессвязны.

I was impressed by the depth of her knowledge. - Я был впечатлен глубиной её знаний.

I don't pretend to a complete knowledge of the city. - Я не претендую на полное знание всего города.

I acquired a passing knowledge of Chinese. - Я приобрёл поверхностное знание китайского языка.

I soaked up knowledge like blotting paper. - Я впитывал знания как губка.

It is beyond the hemisphere of my knowledge. - Это находится вне сферы моей компетентности.

There are huge gaps in my knowledge of history. - В моих знаниях по истории есть огромные пробелы.

Recent discoveries added to our knowledge of the Universe. - Последние открытия углубили наши знания о Вселенной.

He disclaimed any knowledge of the contents of the letter. - Он отрицал, что ему что-либо известно о содержании письма.

the full extent of human knowledge - полный объём /вся широта/ человеческих знаний

Most of our knowledge is secondhand. - Большую часть своих знаний мы получаем опосредованно, из вторых рук.

His breadth of knowledge was amazing. - Широта его знаний была поразительна.

They bequeathed their knowledge to us. - Они завещали нам свои знания.

He possessed a vast store of knowledge. - Он обладал огромным запасом знаний.

he possesses great knowledge about the Middle East - Он обладает огромными знаниями о Ближнем Востоке.

He shared his knowledge freely with anyone interested. - Он охотно делился своими знаниями с любым, кому это было интересно.

He was always generous in sharing his enormous knowledge. - Он всегда охотно делился своими обширными знаниями.

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Связанные термины:

knowledge gap: If there is something missing from a situation that prevents it being complete or satisfactory, you can say that there is a gap .

apply knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

basic knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

book knowledge: knowledge gained from books rather than from direct personal experience

deep knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

full knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

gain knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

knowledge-based: characterized by the dominance of information services as an area of growth

lack knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

local knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

prior knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

self-knowledge: Self-knowledge is knowledge that you have about your own character and nature .

share knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

vast knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

carnal knowledge: sexual intercourse

common knowledge: something widely or generally known

general knowledge: General knowledge is knowledge about many different things, as opposed to detailed knowledge about one particular subject.

impart knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

inside knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

insider knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

knowledge economy: an economy in which information services are dominant as an area of growth

knowledge worker: a person employed to produce or analyse ideas and information

limited knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

medical knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

possess knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

product knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

reading knowledge: the ability to read a language, but not speak it

require knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

useful knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

background knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

extensive knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

historical knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

knowledge engineering: an area of computer science that deals with the development of expert systems, integrating specialist human knowledge and expertise into expert computer systems in order to solve complex problems

practical knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

specialist knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

specialized knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

technical knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

to my knowledge: as I understand it

tree of knowledge: the tree whose fruit Adam and Eve tasted in disobedience of God: Gen . 2, 3

knowledge-based system: an expert system

relativity of knowledge: the theory that all knowledge is relative to the mind, or that things can be known only through their effects on the mind, and that consequently there can be no knowledge of reality as it is in itself

safe in the knowledge: If you do something safe in the knowledge that something else is the case, you do the first thing confidently because you are sure of the second thing.

come to one's knowledge: to become known to one

have carnal knowledge of: to have sexual intercourse with

grow out of one's knowledge: to behave in a presumptuous or conceited manner

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to the best of your knowledge: If you say that something is true to your knowledge or to the best of your knowledge, you mean that you believe it to be true but it is possible that you do not know all the facts .

to (the best of) one's knowledge: as far as one knows ; within the range of one's information

tree of knowledge of good and evil: the tree in the Garden of Eden bearing the forbidden fruit that Adam and Eve ate, thus incurring loss of primal innocence ( Genesis 2:9; 3:2–7)

IKBS: intelligent knowledge-based system

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Однокоренные слова:

knowledgeable - хорошо осведомленный, умный

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