Translation for 'to know' from English to Greek
VERB   to know | knew | known
knowing | knows
SYNO to acknowledge | to be intimate | to cognise | ...
to knowξέρω
to knowγνωρίζω
I don't know.Δεν ξέρω.
know-it-all {noun}ξερόλας {ο}
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Usage Examples English
  • The problem of resolution of singularities is to know if every algebraic variety is birationally equivalent to a variety whose projective completion is nonsingular (see also smooth completion).
  • In Late Antiquity Martianus Capella organized all the information a fifth-century upper-class male needed to know into an allegory of the wedding of Mercury and "Philologia," with the seven liberal arts the young man needed to know as guests.
  • When Ali joined the party, Abu Bakr wanted to know whether he had come to give orders or to convey them.
  • Because AK-type weapons have been made in many countries, often illicitly, it is impossible to know how many really exist.
  • The Romanesque one allows to know the formation of the parochial communities, the relations of (social and political) power and the national culture.

  • In proofs and numerical analysis we often need to know how fast limits are converging, or in other words, control of the remainder. We can formalize this to a definition of continuity.
  • Even if the technology to map out every neuron in the brain in real-time were available and it were known when each neuron fired it would still be impossible to know how a particular firing of neurons translates into the observed behavior.
  • It is important for a casino to know both the house edge and variance for all of their games.
  • There are many cross-stitching "guilds" and groups across the United States and Europe which offer classes, collaborate on large projects, stitch for charity, and provide other ways for local cross-stitchers to get to know one another.
  • I worked on him a good deal in 1947 and 1948, when I first came to know you.

  • In business, barter has the benefit that one gets to know each other, one discourages investments for rent (which is inefficient) and one can impose trade sanctions on dishonest partners.
  • Odin again asks the Völva to not be silent and says that he seeks to know who the women that will then weep be.
  • When using agar, within any growth medium, it is important to know that the solidification of the agar is pH-dependent.
  • Should anyone wish to know: off 'the little pig' and the stele the sun turns."
  • DXF coordinates are always without dimensions so that the reader or user needs to know the drawing unit or has to extract it from the textual comments in the sheets.

  • Jimmy and Jenny get to know one another as she asks him to define the terms of their contact: Does he wish her to wear her hair up or down, to wear fancy underwear or none at all?
  • Alan claimed that reason, guided by prudence, could discover most truths about the physical order without help; but in order to understand religious truth and to know God, the wise must believe in faith.
  • Anyway & Company firm was involved with the Petronas Discovery Center project back in 1998 and NDAs were signed which prevents getting to know more information about this project.
  • He has suggested that all one needs to know about his work is "already there 'on the surface [...].
  • He remarked in his autobiography that his keenest interests in "nature and books and (later) mathematics saved me from complete despondency;" only his wish to know more mathematics kept him from suicide.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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