Definition Knowledge

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Definition

knowledge: understanding learned through experience or study; information
noun

I am knowledgeable (about elephants!): I know a lot (about elephants!)
idiom
knowledgeable can also be written without an "e": "knowledgable".

Pronunciation examples
UK: I love playing general knowledge quizzes.
US: That's because you're knowledgeable about everything.

Examples

  • "I'd like to impress this Englishman with my pub knowledge."
  • "An infamous raider, Mazerati started out as a minor shareholder in D&C and spent years slowly accumulating the majority of the company's stock, discreetly buying up shares from the struggling members of the Dulce and Carpaccio families without the knowledge or approval of other stockholders."
  • "It's where we test your knowledge of the region of Scandinavia in 30 seconds or less."
  • "Icarus : I used to think the same thing until I learned that, sometimes, the combined knowledge of lots of people is better than the knowledge of a few experts."
  • "Kevin uses meeting room whiteboard to test Jean's knowledge of irregular past tenses in English."
  • "Things we DO take into account: Employment history and experience (including references), performance, academic record, competences (knowledge, skill, and abilities), suitability for the job in question."
  • "Extensive knowledge of cosmetics industry a must!"
  • "Your lust for knowledge, treasured Gymglish user, is a testament to human curiosity!"
  • "This is about free knowledge!"

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