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[nəʊ], (Verb)

- be aware of through observation, inquiry, or information
(e.g: most people know that CFCs can damage the ozone layer)

- have developed a relationship with (someone) through meeting and spending time with them; be familiar or friendly with
(e.g: he knew and respected Laura)

- have sexual intercourse with (someone).

- God knows
- I know
- and one knows it
- be in the know
- be not to know
- before one knows where one is
- don't I know it!
- don't you know
- for all someone knows
- have been known to do something
- know best
- know better than
- know different
- know no bounds
- know one's own mind
- know one's way around
- know someone by sight
- know someone in the biblical sense
- know something for a fact
- know the ropes
- know what one likes
- know what's what
- know who's who
- let it be known
- not know from nothing
- not know that
- not know the first thing about
- not know what hit one
- not know what to do with oneself
- not know where to look
- not want to know
- what do you know?
- what does — know?
- wouldn't you like to know?
- you know
- you know something?
- you never know
- — as we know it

Old English cnāwan (earlier gecnāwan) ‘recognize, identify’, of Germanic origin; from an Indo-European root shared by Latin (g)noscere, Greek gignōskein, also by can and ken

definition by Oxford Dictionaries

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