English dictionary

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knack |næk| — a special way of doing something

knacker |ˈnækər| — someone who buys old buildings or ships and breaks them up to recover the materials in them

knackered |ˈnækərd| — very tired

knap |nap| — strike sharply

knapsack |ˈnæpsæk| — a bag carried by a strap on your back or shoulder

knapweed |ˈnæpˌwiːd| — any of various plants of the genus Centaurea having purple thistlelike flowers

knave |neɪv| — a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel

knavery |ˈneɪvəri| — lack of honesty; acts of lying or cheating or stealing

knavish |ˈneɪvɪʃ| — marked by skill in deception

knead |niːd| — make uniform

knee |niː| — hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella

knee-deep |niː ˈdiːp| — up to the knees

knee-high |niː ˈhaɪ| — a sock or stocking that reaches up to just below the knees

kneecap |ˈniːkæp| — a small flat triangular bone in front of the knee that protects the knee joint

kneel |niːl| — supporting yourself on your knees

kneepan  — a small flat triangular bone in front of the knee that protects the knee joint

knell |nel| — the sound of a bell rung slowly to announce a death or a funeral or the end of something

knickerbockers |ˈnɪkərˌbɑːkərz| — (used in the plural) trousers ending above the knee

knickers |ˈnɪkərz| — (used in the plural) trousers ending above the knee

knife |naɪf| — edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle

knife-edge |ˈnaɪf edʒ| — a narrow boundary

knight |naɪt| — originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit

knight-errant |naɪt ˈerənt| — a wandering knight travelling in search of adventure

knighthood |ˈnaɪthʊd| — aristocrats holding the rank of knight

knightly |ˈnaɪtli| — characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages

knit |nɪt| — a fabric made by knitting

knitted |ˈnɪtəd| — made by intertwining threads in a series of connected loops rather than by weaving

knitter |ˈnɪtər| — someone who makes garments (or fabrics) by intertwining yarn or thread

knitting |ˈnɪtɪŋ| — needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine

knitwear |ˈnɪtwer| — knitted clothing

knitwork |ˈnɪtwɜːk| — needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine

knob |nɑːb| — a circular rounded projection or protuberance

knobble |ˈnɒbəl| — a small knob

knobby |ˈnɑːbi| — having knobs

knock |nɑːk| — the sound of knocking (as on a door or in an engine or bearing)

knock about |ˈnɑːk əˈbaʊt| — strike against forcefully

knock down |ˈnɑːk ˈdaʊn| — cause to come or go down

knock off |ˈnɑːk ˈɒf| — get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing

knock out |ˈnɑːk ˈaʊt| — eliminate

knock up |ˈnɑːk ʌp| — make pregnant

knock-down |daʊn| — strong enough to knock down or overwhelm

knock-kneed |nɒk ˈniːd| — having the knees abnormally close together and the ankles wide apart

knockabout |ˈnɑːkəbaʊt| — a sloop with a simplified rig and no bowsprit

knockdown |ˈnɑːkˌdaʊn| — a blow that knocks the opponent off his feet

knocker |ˈnɑːkər| — (Yiddish) a big shot who knows it and acts that way; a boastful immoderate person

knocking |ˈnɑːkɪŋ| — the sound of knocking (as on a door or in an engine or bearing)

knockout |ˈnɑːkaʊt| — a very attractive or seductive looking woman

knoll |noʊl| — a small natural hill

knot |nɑːt| — a tight cluster of people or things

knotgrass |ˈnɒtɡrɑːs| — low-growing weedy grass with spikelets along the leaf stems

knothole |ˈnɒthoʊl| — a hole in a board where a knot came out

knotted |ˈnɑːtəd| — tied with a knot

knotty |ˈnɑːti| — making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe

knout |nout| — a whip with a lash of leather thongs twisted with wire; used for flogging prisoners

know |noʊ| — the fact of being aware of information that is known to few people

know-all |ˈnoʊ ɔːl| — someone who thinks he knows everything and refuses to accept advice or information from others

know-how |ˈnoʊ haʊ| — the (technical) knowledge and skill required to do something

know-it-all |ˈnəʊɪtɔːl| — someone who thinks he knows everything and refuses to accept advice or information from others

knowable |ˈnəʊəbl̩| — capable of being known

knower |ˈnoər| — a person who knows or apprehends

knowing |ˈnoʊɪŋ| — a clear and certain mental apprehension

knowingly |ˈnoʊɪŋli| — with full knowledge and deliberation

knowledge |ˈnɑːlɪdʒ| — the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning

knowledgeable |ˈnɑːlɪdʒəbl| — highly educated; having extensive information or understanding

known |noʊn| — apprehended with certainty

knuckle |ˈnʌkl| — a joint of a finger when the fist is closed

knuckle down |ˈnʌkəl ˈdaʊn| — work very hard, like a slave

knuckle under |ˈnʌkəl ˈʌndr̩| — consent reluctantly

knucklebones  — a game in which jackstones are thrown and picked up in various groups between bounces of a small rubber ball

knuckles |ˈnʌkəlz| — (used in the plural) a small metal weapon; worn over the knuckles on the back of the hand