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HEADWORD: know (about/ as/ by/ for/ from/ in/ of/ to/ with) v.
NOUNS: account, acid rain/ precipitation, agent(s), air turbulence, alchemy, all things, altruistic acts, ambition(s), anatomy, angle(s), animal(s), answer(s), antiquities, apostles, archaeology, area, arsenicals, artists, author, bad lot, banker, benefits, better method, bodies, body clock/ rhythms, book(s), boxer, boycott, brain, café, calendar, camera portrays, capacity, cares, cars, Catholicism, caucus, causation, cause(s), cause of disease, celestial bodies, censorship, centre, chaotic backwater, chauvinism, cheaters, chemical composition, chemistry, Christianity, church, city, claim(s), class, clock, cognitive map, common assault, Common Law, Common Law Courts, compound, conduct, connection, consequences, Conservative, construction, corporations, correspondence, costs, country, court, cultures, current state, cycle, cystitis, danger(s), dates, death, deacon, definition, department, depletion, description, details, determination, difference(s), discrimination, dissatisfaction, distress, DNA, doctor, drama, early stages, effect(s), efficient causes, elect, emissions, empiricist, energy, England, entailed interests, enzymes, equation, equity, estates, event(s), everything, evidence, example, executory devices, experience, fact(s), family, father, faults, fiction(s), financial expert/ situation, food(s), forest, forms, function(s), game, gap junctions, general, general clause, genetic program, German, God, grammar, group, guild, habits, harm, hawks, head, health, healthy eating, height, hierarchy, historian, history, horoscope, horses, human fallibility/ medicine, ideas, identity, incidents, induction, infection, information, ingenious invention, inhibitors, inner natures, insanity, insect(s), instructor, intended bride, interactions, interpretation, involuntary manslaughter, Jew, job, land, language(s), law(s), life cycle, limit(s), literature, living hell, location, love, lung function, lyricism, malaria, male(s), managers, margins, marine snail, marriage, material, material basis, materialism, maths, meaning, mechanisms, medium, method(s), microbes, mind, mitosis, monuments, moral beliefs/ ideals/ probity, mosquitoes, mother, mucus, multiplication-table, name, natural science, nature, nature of thought, necessity, neurones, neurulation, nuclear physics, nucleins, number, nutrition, objects, occurrence, one’s intentions/ past, opportunity, opposition, organic molecules, organism(s), outer show, painting, paradoxes, parasol ants, particulars, pathways, penicillin, people, person, philosophy, physicists, picture, pin-up, place(s), place of origin, player(s), poem(s), polarizing region, political forces, politics, population, pores, position(s), possibility, presence, president, priest, principal, principles, prisoner, procedure(s), process, profession(s), promoter, pronunciation, properties, propositions, prostatitis, proteins, providential food, punishment, queen, question, radioactivity, rapid results, real world, reasoning, reason(s), regulation, relationship, religion, removal, report, repressor, research(es), restoration, result(s), rhythms, riding, right, risk(s), rite(s), ritual order, road(s), roles, sacred words, sacrifice, scale of measurement, sceptics, search, seniors, sense, sexual reproduction, shelling, shortcuts, shrimps, sights, silent endurance, sink, shot, skills, social attitudes/ insects, societies, solar clock, solution(s), song(s), s.o´s death, species, speech(es), sports, square, state, stellar constellation, stereographic projection, story, strength of character, striate cortex, study, style, subject, substance, synthetic drugs/ fertilizers, team-mate, techniques, testator, text(s), theoretical constructs, theory, things, thought, time-cues, title(s), training, training-ground, transcendent moments, transcription, triangle, troops, trustee(s), trust(s), truth(s), urinary rhythm, user, view, viruses, visible objects, war, weight, woman, women, work, world, writer(s), writing, wrong;
ADVERBS: actually, already, also, best, better, certainly, clearly, commonly, culturally, empirically, ever, exactly, exclusively, experimentally, explicitly, extensively, fairly well, first, fundamentally, generally, genuinely, hardly, immediately, innately, intuitively, little, later, latterly, medically, more, more importantly, necessarily, nevertheless, not directly, particularly, perfectly well, philosophically, physiologically, poorly, precisely, probably, professionally, quite, scarcely, scientifically, still, sufficiently, therefore, too much, universally, usually, well, widely;
EXAMPLES: it is first necessary to know a little about ...; what’s she know about you?; you really ought to know about healthy eating; our business here is not to know all things; we never used to know anything about it; we know, as a matter of fact, that ...; yes, all right, I know; obviously I do not know but ...; they ought to know clearly the meaning of their action; we also came to know Juliana; she doesn’t know right from wrong; I know exactly who I am; we do not know, for instance, whether ...; we know from another text that ...; perhaps he didn’t know himself; she wanted to know how much it mattered to him because ...; and we need to know how it might happen that ...; I don’t know if it was unlawful; and we know it because ...; we know much more about ...; we know not wherein thinking consists; I know not; to get to know about s.o./; that was the first I knew about it; I do not know of my direct evidence that ...; I know all about you/ that; we do not know one thing, however, and this is how ...; he knew a thing or two/ all the answers; I know you’re wrong; the others needn’t know; how do you know?; I/ we know that there are ...; but he wasn’t having her know that; that’s all you know about it!; not that I know of; you must know the kind of thing we mean; let me know when ...; I didn’t know the particulars of it; as far as I know ...; you never know; ..., you know; to get to know s.o.; would you know him again?; you wouldn’t know her from her sister; I’ve never known it to rain so heavily; you have never known me to tell a lie; is he known here?; to make oneself known; to one’s own mind; don’t I know it!; she didn’t want to know me; I wouldn’t know; don’t you know?; I know better than that; not that I know; we do not know yet to what extent ...; that’s what I´d like to know too; he could not know what he was talking about; she was to let him know when she was feeling upset; there’s no knowing what he’ll do; that’s worth knowing; he didn’t know whether to laugh or cry; he now knew at last what it meant to be absolutely modern; and he knew he wouldn’t dare be late; the world knew him as Pele; he knew how to say the right things; he knew, in his heart, that ...; her eyelids knew no stir; we felt we knew them even before we met; we knew we knew there was no money in literature; at least they knew why they suffered; my father knew many poems by heart; I knew her by sight only; I’ve known him (to) lose his temper; I know him to be a fool; to know inside out/ backwards and forwards; you always knew who was who and what was what; no one knew with certainty what the law was;
SYNONYMS: be familiar with, be acquainted with, understand, comprehend, grasp, be versed in; recall, identify, recognize, remember, recollect; be sure/ positive; separate, distinguish, discern, differentiate; be conscious of, be aware of, be informed of, have knowledge of;
GERMAN: wissen, kennen, können, sagen, erkennen, unterscheiden können, erleben, sich auskennen (in/ mit), Bescheid wissen (über), hören (von) , verstehen (von), gehört haben (von);
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