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Synonyms for know

have knowledge of

Synonyms

be acquainted with

Synonyms

  • be acquainted with
  • recognize
  • associate with
  • be familiar with
  • be friends with
  • be friendly with
  • have knowledge of
  • have dealings with
  • socialize with
  • fraternize with
  • be pals with

Antonyms

  • be unfamiliar with

be familiar with

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  • be ignorant of
  • be unfamiliar with

Synonyms for know

to perceive directly with the intellect

to participate in or partake of personally

to undergo an emotional reaction

to perceive to be identical with something held in the memory

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to recognize as being different

Synonyms for know

the fact of being aware of information that is known to few people

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be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information

be aware of the truth of something

be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object

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have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations

accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority

have fixed in the mind

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know the nature or character of

be able to distinguish, recognize as being different

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Whilst LCT provides the language necessary to describe knowledge and knowers, SFL provides the (meta) language to describe how the examiners' reports use language to build these descriptions.
We argue that the non-Indigenous claimants did so in order to legitimise their positions as the 'right' sort of knowers.
Their confidence as knowers melted away as they moved back into their school settings.
To summarize, ecological knowers are situated, embodied, interconnected persons whose recognition of the limits of perspectives positions them to be accountable for what they know and do because they are cognizant of politics of location and relation.
Jeremiah evaluated the legitimacy of knowers on the basis of their education and intelligence.
Although their locations of this naivete are divergent, their generally nostalgic gloss on the category of naive knowledge and it association with US-American empiricism also works to establish both as worldly and yet world-weary knowers.
He argues that underlying the criticisms of Quine's epistemology is an interconnected group of presuppositions consisting of the LPS requirement, a language-theory distinction, and a view of the knower as an isolated intellect.
Here, knowledge is equally the unitive force between the knower and the known, and the result of Christ's indwelling in the mind.
Next, I shall ask how we might use the insights of philosophers to shed light on these different knowers and the types of knowledge they have.
Contextual knowers are highly critical in the pursuit of understanding and examine not only the data but also their own and others' perceptions and values.
It actually is part of a larger change away from the "container" view of knowledge that says that just as we judge a book by the richness of its content, so too we should judge people as knowers by how much knowledge they contain.
Mind/body/spirit practices helped this group of teachers become Multi-Dimensional Knowers and understand their emotional, contemplative, artistic/creative and spiritual selves more deeply.
The thinker is connected to his or her social context, including other knowers, during the collaborative co-construction of knowledge.
The article adds complexity to our historical underpinnings by querying how gender--of the writer, of the audiences, and in the nature of the topic--contributed to the writer's rhetorical burdens and provides evidence that women historically have been active knowers and users of the science and technology.
Baxter Magolda found that most of her 101 students came to college as absolute knowers and left more strongly Transitional (70).