Translation for 'know' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   know | knows
VERB   to know | knew | known
knowing | knows
SYNO to acknowledge | to be intimate | to cognise | ...
to know {verb}познавам
I don't know.Не знам.
unverified to get to know sb. {verb}опознавам нкг. [несв.]
to get to know sb./sth. {verb} запознавам се с нкг./нщ. [несв.]
If you know such a person, have them drop me a line. Ако познавате такъв човек, кажете му да ми пише.
Little did I know that ...Изобщо не подозирах, че ...
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Usage Examples English
  • The KK thesis or KK principle is a principle of epistemic logic which states that "If you know that P is the case then you know that you know that P is the case."
  • Thereafter, in 1987, Czechoslovakia-born educator Milan Zeleny mapped the elements of the hierarchy to knowledge forms: "know-nothing", "know-what", "know-how", and "know-why".
  • In 1986, a nationwide census was undertaken to determine the percentage of Iranians that know Persian, those who do not know, and those who know it fluently.
  • Q2: How will we know they know it?
  • In either case students or student-teachers know that observation may occur, but they do not know when such observation takes place.

  • The Negative Introspection Axiom says that agents "know that they do not know what they do not know".
  • The contestants had markers with two states: "I know" and "I don't know".
  • Tedlock, B. (1999). Maya Astronomy: what we know and how we know it. "Archaeoastronomy", "14"(1), 39.
  • A homophonic variant is know justice, know peace. It is used for a Dr.
  • “How will you know it’s him?” Edward asks, and Flotsam says she will just know.

  • Some know him as the Working President of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee.
  • Bernard: At first I didn't know when Cheryl's birthday is, but I know now.
  • "I Know You Know I Know" is the second solo studio album by Gabby Lang, better known as Gabby La La.
  • "We don't know anything, he is down there in the mine, that's all we know, we know absolutely nothing of him," one relative said.
  • The specific name honours the former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, because his quote “there are known knowns; there are things we know we know.

  • Common knowledge is a special kind of knowledge for a group of agents.
  • The irregular verb " [...] " (or " [...] ") “know, can (know how to)” is based upon " [...] " although does not utilise a habitual imperfect.
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