know 英 [nəʊ] 美 [noʊ]
vt. 知道；认识；懂得 vi. 了解；熟悉；确信
进行时:knowing 过去式:knew 过去分词:known 第三人称单数:knows 名词复数:knows
- To know something means to have a piece of information or a certain understanding of something. If someone tells you their phone number and you remember it, you know.
- vt. 知道；认识；懂得
- vi. 了解；熟悉；确信
1. Do you know that boy?
2. I know what you are after.
3. I know exactly how you feel.
4. I've known David for 20 years.
我认识戴维已有 20 年了。
5. He knew (that) he could trust her.
6. She is known for her work on the human brain.
- know (n.) "inside information," 1883, in in the know, from know (v.) Earlier it meant "knowledge, fact of knowing" (1590s).
- know (v.) Old English cnawan (class VII strong verb; past tense cneow, past participle cnawen), "perceive a thing to be identical with another," also "be able to distinguish" generally (tocnawan); "perceive or understand as a fact or truth" (opposed to believe); "know how (to do something)," from Proto-Germanic *knew- (source also of Old High German bi-chnaan, ir-chnaan "to know"), from PIE root *gno- "to know."