1. the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning
He was eager to match his knowledge against mine.
He possesses an extensive knowledge of banking.
The knowledge of his guilt tormented him.
The quiz was a good opportunity for the exhibition of his knowledge.
Owing to the limitation of our knowledge, there must be mistakes and errors in the book.
He has a superficial knowledge of this subject.
He often values himself on [ upon ] his knowledge.
Each of the sputniks added something to our knowledge.
He surprised us with his knowledge of the locality.
There can be no knowledge apart from practice.
He devotes his time to the acquisition of knowledge.
We have progressed in knowledge.
Genuine knowledge comes from practice.
She has a passable knowledge of Japanese.
The door to knowledge is study.
He is saturated with knowledge.
An encyclopaedia contains a lot of knowledge.
He managed to acquire a thin veneer of knowledge to mask his real ignorance.
He had an encyclopedic command of the field of knowledge, and by a word or a phase, by delicate rapier thrust, he punctured them.
Words are timeless. You should utter them or write them with a knowledge of their timelessness.
Knowledge is acquired, not innate.
Science means honest , solid knowledge.
He wants to brush up his knowledge of electronics.
Our knowledge about agriculture has so far been exclusively confined to books.
I have only a rudimentary knowledge of chemistry.
Teachers sometimes presuppose a fairly high level of knowledge by the students.
She knew she was taking a big liberty in developing Mick's photos without his knowledge.
Arriving at the railway station, I put local knowledge to the test and ask a taxi driver.
come to one's knowledge
become known to one
to (the best of) my knowledge
so far as I know
as I know for certain
knowledge, learning, scholarship
proficiency expertness appreciation appreciativeness expertise intelligence acquaintance know-how recognition adeptness conversance familiarity experience understanding savoir-faire
foresight belief cognizance judgment opinion assuredness consciousness instinct affirmation positiveness awareness foreknowledge conviction
legend verities pantology literature lore sciences truths principles realities
scholarship erudition education tuition memory learning schooling instruction
grasp acknowledgment recognition cognition apprehension intuition realization enlightenment insight comprehension perception revelation discernment
There is relatively little information about knowledge, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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