I know that.
You may never know.
You know, they're big.
We must know that we may know.
"I know war.
Hope Hicks . . . didn’t know.
But, you know, there's a . . .
You know, you know we love China.
“Then, do you know of what you don’t know?”
Consider what insiders think they know about British politics.
You know, this whole shylocking scene, you know, very accurate.
"I know the ups, the downs; I know everything that they dream about.
Likewise, if I know that I am bald, but don't know that I am Jeremy Fantl.
Albert: I don’t know when Cheryl’s birthday is, but I know that Bernard does not know too.
We are especially concerned with what others know about us, and often specifically about what they know about what we know.
We know things, but we don’t know what’s most important, because we don’t know the environments and circumstances that are most likely to lead to transmission.
There's gloves and you know we can sanitise you know worktops and equipment as much as possible, but I just don't know whether that's enough so it's definitely...
Nick Flynn: Yeah, then, you know, my—my first book was before quantum physics, so you know, now you know they all exist at the same time, the same moment in space, you know—space and time.
split infinitives “The English-speaking world may be divided into (1) those who neither know nor care what a split infinitive is; (2) those who do not know, but care very much; (3) those who know and condemn; (4) those who know and distinguish.
When it's deciding on an investment, the firm says it's looking for "'A' teams and founders — entrepreneurs who know what they know (and are the best in the world at it) but also know what they don't know and are open to building strong teams to fill in those knowledge gaps."
- the fact of being aware of information that is known to few people
Example: he is always in the know
- be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about
Example: I know that the President lied to the people
- know how to do or perform something
Example: She knows how to knit
- be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object
Example: She doesn't know this composer
- have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations
Example: I know the feeling!
- accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
Example: The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne
- have fixed in the mind
Example: I know Latin
- have sexual intercourse with
- know the nature or character of
- be able to distinguish, recognize as being different
Example: The child knows right from wrong
- perceive as familiar
Example: I know this voice!
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