Know (verb)

  1. Be aware of through observation, inquiry, or information.
  2. Be familiar or acquainted with a person, place, or thing.
  3. Be certain or sure about something.
  4. Have knowledge or information about a particular fact or situation.
  5. Understand the nature or significance of.

Origin:

Old english cnāwan, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german kennen.

Examples:

  1. I know that he is coming.
  2. Do you know how to swim?
  3. I just know it's going to rain tomorrow.
  4. She knows all the latest gossip.
  5. He knows how to play the guitar.
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