Knowledge - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈnɑːlɪdʒ|  American pronunciation of the word knowledge
Brit.  |ˈnɒlɪdʒ|  British pronunciation of the word knowledge

noun

- the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning (syn: cognition, noesis)

Examples

She has little knowledge of fashion.

He has devoted himself to the pursuit of knowledge.

She gained a thorough knowledge of local customs.

Did you have any knowledge of her intentions?

He did it without my knowledge.

To my knowledge, she has never been here.

You need specialist knowledge to do this job.

His knowledge of ancient civilizations is unrivalled.

He did not have much knowledge of American history.

An in-depth knowledge of accounting is not necessary as training will be given.

The equipment is complex and requires specialist knowledge to be repaired.

The year studying in the US gives students personal knowledge of American culture.

The boy went away without his mother's knowledge.

His schooling provided him with extensive book knowledge.

You can improve your knowledge of the natural world by study and observation.

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