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[nou] v.,n. -v . ( knew ; known ) di; get to know sth marr vesh diçka; he knows what he's talking about ai di se ç'flet; there's no knowing what may happen si dihet se ç'ndodh; he's known to have been there dihet se ai ka qenë aty; know sth backwards e di diçka në majë të gishtave. 2. njoh; know sb by name/by sight e njoh dikë vetëm si emër/për fytyrë; get to know sb njihem me dikë; I don't know him to speak to nuk kam muhabet me dikë; I knew it e dija. 3. dalloj, shquaj, njoh; he knows a good painting when he sees one ai di ta njohë pikturën e mirë; know the difference between e dalloj ndryshimin ndërmjet; know right from wrong e dalloj të mirën nga e keqja. 4. vi. di; jam në dijeni; as far as I know me sa di unë, we'll let you know do të të vëmë në dijeni; how should I know e nga ta di unë; no, not that I know me sa di unë, jo; there's no (way of) knowing nuk ke nga ta dish; it's not easy, you know ti e kupton, s'është e lehtë; you ought to know better (than to..) duhej ta kuptoje vetë se nuk bëhej kështu; you know best askush s'e di më mire se ti. 5. njoh, jam njohës i mirë i.
know what is what gj.fol. jam i informuar mirë./-n . dijeni.
be in the know jam në dijeni; kam të dhëna nga brenda.
knowable ['nouëbël] adj. i njohshëm
know-all ['nouol] n. zhrg. njeri që shet dije, 'kokë e madhe'
know-how ['nouhau] n. gj.fol. njohuri, aftësi, njohuri teknike
knowing ['nouing] adj 1. i mirinformuar. 2. imprehtë; finok. 3. mirëkuptimi (vështrim)
knowingly ['nouingli] adv 1. me qëllim, me dashje; me vetëdijë. 2. në marrëveshje, me mirëkuptim
know-it-all [nouito:l] n. zhrg. shih know-all
knowledge ['nolixh] n 1. njohje. 2. njohuri; dituri; have a working knowledge of Albanian kam njohuri praktike të gjuhës shqipe; have a thorough knowledge of sth e njoh me rrënjë diçka, kam njohuri të plota për diçka. 3. dijeni; have no knowledge of nuk kam asnjë dijeni për; not to my knowledge mesadi unë,jo; without my knowledge pa dijeninë time; to (the best of) my knowledge me sa di unë; it is common knowledge that... dihet mirë se..; it has come to my knowledge that... kam marrë vesh se
knowledgeable ['nolixhëbël] adj. gj.fol. 1. i mi­rinformuar, i informuar; inteligjent, i vetëdijshëm, i ndërgjegjshëm. 2. i dokumentuar
known [noun] adj 1. i njohur, i ditur. 2. i mirënjohur
know-nothing ['nounathing] n. i paditur, injorant
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