knew

listen to the pronunciation of knew
Englisch - Türkisch
bil

Onun iyi İngilizce konuşabildiğini herkes biliyordu. - Everybody knew she could speak English well.

Ortak düşmanı yenmek için birlikte dövüşmek zorunda olduklarını biliyorlardı. - They knew they must fight together to defeat the common enemy.

f., bak. know
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bilmek

Şu an nerede olduğunu bilmek istiyorum. - I want to know where you are now.

Bilişimsel dil bilimi eğitimi yapmak için çeşitli dilleri bilmek gerekli, ancak, insan bilgisayarların kullanımı da bilmelidir. - In order to study computational linguistics it's necessary to know various languages, however, one also has to be familiar with the use of computers.

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tanımak

Bu dağı tanımak istiyorum. - I want to know about this mountain.

Bir insanı tanımak için, onunla sadece bir hafta seyahat etmelisin. - In order to know a man, you have only to travel with him a week.

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{f} tatmak
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ezberlemek

Formülleri ezberlemek yeterli değil. Onların nasıl kullanılacağını bilmen gerek. - It's not enough to memorize the formulas. You need to know how to use them.

Dil öğrenmenin en zor kısmı kelime bilgisini ezberlemektir. - The hardest part of learning a language is knowing the vocabulary by heart.

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iyi bilmek
know
{f} (knew, --n)
know
bil

Satranç oynamayı biliyor musun? - Do you know how to play chess?

Sağlıklı olan adam sağlığın değerini bilmez. - A healthy man does not know the value of health.

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He should have known better than to do it
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haberdar olmak
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malumatı olmak
know
{f} farketmek
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eski cinsi münasebette bulunmak
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malumat edinmek
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O işi yapmaya
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{f} ilişkisi olmak
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{f} ayırt etmek
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seçmek
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{f} başından geçmek
if i knew then what i know now
şimdiki aklım olsaydı
if i only knew!
keşke bilseydim!
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(Argo) götürmek

Seni güvende olacağın bir yere götürmek istiyorum. - I want to get you someplace where I know you'll be safe.

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aşina olmak
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anlamak

Bilmek, anlamakla aynı değildir. - Knowing is not the same as understanding.

Onu sevip sevmediğimi anlamak için onu yeterince iyi tanımıyorum. - I don't know Tom well enough to know whether I like him or not.

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(Argo) seks yapmak
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(Argo) mala vurmak
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(Argo) cinsel ilişkiye girmek
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agah olmak
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tecrübeyle bilmek
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yaşamak

Leyla uzun süre yaşamak zorunda olmadığını biliyor. - Layla knows she hasn't got long to live.

Biz neredeyse bilmeden, hissetmeden annemiz severiz, çünkü o yaşamak kadar doğaldır. - We love our mother almost without knowing it, without feeling it, as it is as natural as to live.

know
çekmek
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görmek

Beni görmek istemeyeceğini bilmeliydim. - I should've known you wouldn't want to see me.

Kimi görmek istediğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know who you want to see.

i knew
i biliyordu
i knew it
biliyordum
know
biline
know
bildiği
know
biliyor

Babanın nereye gittiğini biliyor musun? - Do you know where your father went?

Satranç oynamayı biliyor musun? - Do you know how to play chess?

know
{i} bilgi, malumat
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geçirmek

Gerçekten ihtiyacım olan şey, uzun zamandır tanıdığım en iyi arkadaşlarım Tom ve Mary ile biraz zaman geçirmekti. - What I really needed was to spend a bit of time with my best mates Tom and Mary, who I've known for ages.

Tom, Mary'nin yaz tatilini nerede geçirmek istediğini bilmiyordu. - Tom didn't know where Mary wanted to spend her summer vacation.

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{f} haberi olmak, haberdar olmak
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yaşa

Tom Bostonda yaşayan bir adam tanıyor. - Tom knows a man who lives in Boston.

Bayan Hudson'un nerede yaşadığını biliyor musunuz? - Do you know where Miss Hudson lives?

Englisch - Englisch
of Know
past tense of know, as in: I knew I should have backed up my hard drive
v pret knew [OE cnäwan, cnëow 1/3 sg pret ]
(know, knew, known)
Knew is the past tense of know. the past tense of know
simple past of know
wist
knew his place
understood his position in life
knew how he felt
understood him, identified with him, had empathy for him
knew nothing of life
didn't know anything about life, was naive
knew the smell of gunpowder
participated in a war, took part in a battle
knew well
knew a lot about it; was very familiar with (a person), was well acquainted with (someone)
I knew someone when
Used upon hearing of a success of an acquaintance, often ironically for minor successes

Well, congratulations. On the speech, everything. She stood up straighter and forced a smile. I can always say I knew him when..

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To be acquainted or familiar with; to have encountered

I know your mother, but I’ve never met your father.

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To have sexual relations with

And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD.

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To be aware of (a person's) intentions

I won’t lend you any money. You would never pay me back; I know you.

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knowledge
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To be informed about

Do you know that Michelle and Jack are getting divorced? ― Yes, I know.

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To understand (a subject)

She knows chemistry better than anybody else.

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If you know someone, you are familiar with them because you have met them and talked to them before. Gifford was a friend. I'd known him for nine years Do you two know each other?
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If you say that you know of something, you mean that you have heard about it but you do not necessarily have a lot of information about it. We know of the incident but have no further details I know of no one who would want to murder Albert
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{i} state of knowing, knowledge
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{f} have knowledge of; be acquainted with; understand; distinguish; be aware of
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If you know a fact, a piece of information, or an answer, you have it correctly in your mind. I don't know the name of the place `People like doing things for nothing.' --- `I know they do.' I don't know what happened to her husband `How did he meet your mother?' --- `I don't know.' We all know about his early experiments in flying They looked younger than I knew them to be It is not known whether the bomb was originally intended for the capital itself It's always been known that key figures in the government do very well for themselves
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{v} to understand, distinguish, perceive, find out
before I knew it
before I realized what was happening, suddenly
but you knew that
although you were already aware of that
if we only knew
I wish we knew
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perceive as familiar; "I know this voice!"
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If you know how to do something, you have the necessary skills and knowledge to do it. The health authorities now know how to deal with the disease We know what to do to make it work
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to have control of the facts, details and terms; the elements of understanding; the lower levels of Bloom's taxonomy (knowledge, comprehension)
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recognize, be familiar with, understand, as in: A good designer for a business Web site must know marketing as well as Hypertext Markup Language
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have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations; "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"
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People use expressions such as goodness knows, Heaven knows, and God knows when they do not know something and want to suggest that nobody could possibly know it. `Who's he?' --- `God knows.'
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have fixed in the mind; "I know Latin"; "This student knows her irregular verbs"; "Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?"
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To know

You are old enough to know better. - You're old enough to know better.

I am glad to know you. - I'm glad to know you.

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be aware of the truth of something; have a belief or faith in something; regard as true beyond any doubt; "I know that I left the key on the table"; "Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun"
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If you know something such as a place, a work of art, or an idea, you have visited it, seen it, read it, or heard about it, and so you are familiar with it. No matter how well you know Paris, it is easy to get lost
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If you know someone or something as a person or thing that has particular qualities, you consider that they have those qualities. Lots of people know her as a very kind woman see also knowing, known
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have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
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konnen
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You use `I know' to express sympathy and understanding towards someone. I know what you're going through
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To be aware of (a persons) intentions
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Knee
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To be acquainted with; to be no stranger to; to be more or less familiar with the person, character, etc
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emphasis You can say `You don't know' in order to emphasize how strongly you feel about the remark you are going to make. You don't know how good it is to speak to somebody from home
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disapproval You use I don't know in expressions which indicate criticism of someone's behaviour. For example, if you say that you do not know how someone can do something, you mean that you cannot understand or accept them doing it. I don't know how he could do this to his own daughter
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To recognize; to distinguish; to discern the character of; as, to know a person's face or figure
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ken
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You can say `I don't know about you' to indicate that you are going to give your own opinion about something and you want to find out if someone else feels the same. I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm hungry
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of; to possess experience of; as, to know an author; to know the rules of an organization
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be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about; "I know that the President lied to the people"; "I want to know who is winning the game!"; "I know it's time"
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You say `I know' to show that you agree with what has just been said. `This country is so awful.' --- `I know, I know.'
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vagueness You say `Not that I know of' when someone has asked you whether or not something is true and you think the answer is `no' but you cannot be sure because you do not know all the facts. `Is he married?' --- `Not that I know of.'
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emphasis You use you know to emphasize or to draw attention to what you are saying. The conditions in there are awful, you know You know, it does worry me
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To perceive or apprehend clearly and certainly; to understand; to have full information of; as, to know one's duty
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You can use I don't know to indicate that you do not completely agree with something or do not really think that it is true. `He should quite simply resign.' --- `I don't know about that.'
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You use you know when you are trying to explain more clearly what you mean, by referring to something that the person you are talking to knows about. Wear the white dress, you know, the one with all the black embroidery
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to know best: see best to know better: see better to know no bounds: see bound to know something for a fact: see fact as far as I know: see far not to know the first thing about something: see first to know full well: see full to let someone know: see let not to know the meaning of the word: see meaning to know your own mind: see mind to know the ropes: see rope. in the know having more information about something than most people
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be able to distinguish, recognize as being different; "The child knows right from wrong"
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To recall or locate specific bits of information
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accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority; "The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne"; "We do not recognize your gods"
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To be assured; to feel confident
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If you know something or someone, you recognize them when you see them or hear them. Would she know you if she saw you on the street?
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vi [to be informed about something] tahu 2 vi [to have met someone] mengenal (kenal)
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If you get to know someone, you find out what they are like by spending time with them. The new neighbours were getting to know each other
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disapproval You can use expressions such as What does she know? and What do they know? when you think that someone has no right to comment on a situation because they do not understand it. Don't listen to him, what does he know?
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To have knowledge; to have a clear and certain perception; to possess wisdom, instruction, or information; often with of
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To be certain or sure about
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To have sexual commerce with
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If someone or something is known as a particular name, they are called by that name. The disease is more commonly known as Mad Cow Disease He was born as John Birks Gillespie, but everyone knew him as Dizzy He was the only boy in the school who was known by his Christian name and not his surname. British Nuclear Fuels, otherwise known as BNFL
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be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object; "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"
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emphasis People sometimes use expressions such as I'm blessed if I know or damned if I know to emphasize the fact that they do not know something. `What was that all about?' --- `Darned if I know.'
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If you know about a subject, you have studied it or taken an interest in it, and understand part or all of it. Hire someone with experience, someone who knows about real estate She didn't know anything about music but she liked to sing
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You say `I know' to show that you accept that something is true, but think that it is not very important or relevant. `There are trains straight from Cambridge.' --- `I know, but it's no quicker.'
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You can say that someone knows that something is happening when they become aware of it. Then I saw a gun under the hall table so I knew that something was wrong The first I knew about it was when I woke up in the ambulance
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to acknowledge
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know how to do or perform something; "She knows how to knit"; "Does your husband know how to cook?"
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know the nature or character of; "we all knew her as a big show-off
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To be convinced of the truth of; to be fully assured of; as, to know things from information
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If you are in the know about something, especially something that is not known about or understood by many people, you have information about it. It was gratifying to be in the know about important people
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G1097 ginosko, ghin-oce'-ko; a prol form of a prim verb; to "know" (absol ), in a great variety of applications and with many impl (as follow, with others not thus clearly expressed): --allow, be aware (of), feel, (have) known (-ledge), perceive, be resolved, can speak, be sure, understand
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You can use expressions such as you know what I mean and if you know what I mean to suggest that the person listening to you understands what you are trying to say, and so you do not have to explain any more. None of us stayed long. I mean, the atmosphere wasn't -- well, you know what I mean
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If you talk about a thing or system as we know it, you are referring to the form in which it exists now and which is familiar to most people. He planned to end the welfare system as we know it
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To experience
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conocer; saber; I know , Lo se ; I don't know , No (lo) se
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know the nature or character of; "we all knew her as a big show-off"
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To have knowledge of; to have memorised information, data, or facts about
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If you know a language, you have learned it and can understand it. It helps to know French and Creole if you want to understand some of the lyrics
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vagueness You say `You never know' or `One never knows' to indicate that it is not definite or certain what will happen in the future, and to suggest that there is some hope that things will turn out well. You never know, I might get lucky
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