knowledge definition

  • noun:
    • hawaii or fact of understanding.
    • Familiarity, awareness, or understanding attained through knowledge or research.
    • The amount or range of what happens to be observed, found, or discovered.
    • training; erudition: instructors of great understanding.
    • certain information regarding something.
    • Carnal understanding.
    • The work or condition of once you understand; obvious perception of fact, truth, or responsibility; certain apprehension; familiar cognizance; cognition.
    • whatever is or are known; the object of an act of knowing; a cognition; -- mainly used in the plural.
    • whatever is attained and preserved by knowing; training; acquaintance; enlightenment; learning; grant; erudition.
    • That expertise that will be gained by real knowledge; useful ability.
    • Scope of data; cognizance; notice.
    • sexual activity; -- often preceded by carnal; same as carnal understanding.
    • hawaii of being or of having become aware of reality or truth; intellectual recognition of or acquaintance with reality or truth; the healthiness of knowing.
    • A perception, judgment, or idea which will be in accord with reality or truth; what is well known.
    • Acquaintance with things ascertained or ascertainable; acquired information; discovering.
    • Useful comprehension; familiarity attained by real experience; acquaintance with any reality or person: since, a knowledge of seamanship; I have no knowledge of the man.
    • Specific information; notification; ad.
    • Cognizance; notice; recognition.
    • Acknowledgment.
    • Synonyms Prudence, Discretion, etc. (see wisdom); comprehension, discernment.
    • the emotional consequence of perception and discovering and thinking
  • verb-transitive:
    • To recognize.
  • others:
    • To recognize; confess; avow.
    • To confess.

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