have sth in one's mind or memory as a result of experience or learning or information
be acquainted with; be familiar with
"he is always in the know"
"I know that the President lied to the people"
"I want to know who is winning the game!"
"I know it's time"
"She knows how to knit"
"Does your husband know how to cook?"
"I know that I left the key on the table"
"Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun"
"She doesn't know this composer"
"Do you know my sister?"
"We know this movie"
"I know him under a different name"
"This flower is known as a Peruvian Lily"
"I know the feeling!"
"have you ever known hunger?"
"I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict"
"The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare"
"I lived through two divorces"
"The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne"
"We do not recognize your gods"
"I know Latin"
"This student knows her irregular verbs"
"Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?"
"This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"
"Adam knew Eve"
"Were you ever intimate with this man?"
"we all knew her as a big show-off"
"The child knows right from wrong"
"I know this voice!"
I knew I had guessed right about those missing hours.
出自： Scott Fitzgerald
The Fanners were known as good landlords.
出自： J. Mortimer
The art of dressing is to know what you look good in.
We know about magnetism by the way magnets act.
As for your hope of winning the first prize,I don't know about that.
至于说到你在希望获头奖,对此我没有多大把握。 know sth about sb/sth
Do you know anything about astronomy?
He knows some damaging facts about the firm's dealings.
David certainly knows a thing or two about car engines.
I'll let you know all about it later on.
You can't fool me; I know the whole story backwards.
不,你真应当卧床静养。记住,母亲说得最有道理! know sb best
Doctors should ask nurses their opinion, after all, they know the patients best.
He ran away from school.He ought to have known better.
他从学校逃跑,他本来就应该知道那是不对的。 know better than to-v
She is old enough to know better than to spend all her money on clothes.
I thought you knew better than to go to such places as that.
You ought to know better than to go swimming on such a cold day.
You ought to know better than to damage the state property.
He ought to know better than to come into the house without knocking at the door.
She certainly knows better than to tackle such problems by herself.
They knew better than to come to my front door.
I have never met our new neighbors; I simply know them by sight.
I know that poem by heart.
Shall I let you know by letter or by word of mouth?
Let me know it immediately by telephone.
You must keep repeating the lines until they are known by heart.
We know fine that's a good idea.
The place is nationally known for its melons and fruit, especially its seedless grapes.
这里的瓜果,尤其是无核葡萄驰名全国。 know sb for sb
I know you for a thief and a liar!
They're twins and it's almost impossible to know one from the other.
He doesn't know a knife from a fork.
Don't listen to him, he doesn't know a hawk from a handsaw.
We must learn to know good from evil.
It's important for one to be able to know right from wrong.
Do you know of any oil-filling station around here?
What do you know of this theatre company?
“Has he gone to Shanghai?”“ Not that I know of.”
He would wish that he had never known of it.
I know of a shop where you can buy things like that.
I know of his books, but I haven't read any of them.
Such a kind of thing has never been known of before.
误 He is knowing something about physics.
正 He knows something about physics.
误 She knows to make cakes.
误 She knows making cakes.
误 She knows how making cakes.
正 She knows how to make cakes.