know 是什么意思

know的中文意思是: 知道

know例句大全

  1. I know you know Jack lauderdale.

    我知道你认识杰克罗德戴尔。

  2. We know the period, we know where apogee is, we know where perigee is, - we know the orbital period &

    知道周期,知道远地点,和近地点在哪里,知道轨道周期-,知道了想知道的一切。

  3. I know it-I know-I know!'she gasped through her sobs.

    “我知道我知道我知道!”她呜咽着,喘着气。

  4. I know. I know. I'm really Sorry .

    知道,知道。我非常抱歉。

  5. I don't know, I really don't know, but I still want to know.

    我不知道,我真的不知道,但我还是想知道。

  6. I know you're unattainable. I know that.

    我知道你已有归属。我知道。

  7. If you know that all is well, you know all you need to know.

    如果你知道一切都好,你知道所有你需要知道的。

  8. I know, you must know Tong Pak Fu.

    你以为我不知道,你一定认识唐伯虎吧。

  9. I know. yeah, I know, redecorating your house.

    我知道,真的,全知道,你正在重新装修你的房子。

  10. Leslie: I know. I know! I'm a duplex.

    我知道,我知道!我怀的双胞胎。

  11. I pretense to know what I don't know.

    我假装知道我不知道的东西。

  12. I don't know if you know speed dating?

    你可以在约会者中粗略了解此情况。

  13. Or, you know, just pretend not to know.

    又或者,你不是不知道,只是假装不知道。

  14. I know, I know, I'm such an idiot.

    我知道,我是个大白痴。

  15. You know, the Japanese kamikaze, you know that.

    你们知道吧,日本的神风飞机。

  16. I know it's hard to pretend not to know.

    我知道很难装作什么都不知道。

  17. I know, I know, you love Raj and Howard.

    我知道,观众喜欢拉贾书和霍华德。

  18. I know, I know, sucrose obtained from sugar cane.

    我知道,蔗糖就是从甘蔗里来的。

  19. I know, and I know we can't afford it.

    我知道我们负担不起。

  20. So you know Niki , but you don't know katya.

    你认识力奇,却不认识嘉迪雅?

  21. —'I know, I know.'

    “这个国家太糟糕了。”——“的确是,的确是。”

  22. I know-I know you're not laughing , half-breed.

    我知道,你没笑,你这个小混血儿。

  23. I know, I know, it's just, I'm a planner.

    我知道,不过我是个有计划的人。

  24. I know Floyd's voice ; I also know his ways.

    我知道他的声音,也知道他的表达方式。

  25. I think I know everything I need to know.

    我想该知道的,我都知道了。

  26. You know perfectly well. don't pretend not to know.

    你心里很清楚,别犯傻啦。

  27. You know I cannot afford that! You know that!

    你知道我负担不起!你知道的!

  28. Hannah: Well I know you know who I am.

    那这就不有趣了。你知道我是谁吗?

  29. Dave: I know, I know. Kill, or die, right?

    戴夫:我知道,我知道。不是杀人就是被杀,对吧?

  30. I know that you're hurting , I know I was wrong.

    我知道你被我伤害了,我知道我错了。

  31. "I don't know and I don't know,"he said laughing .

    “我不知道,我也不知道,”他笑着说。

  32. I know every buiiding, I know every piece of grass.

    我熟悉每一栋建筑和每一片草地。

  33. I know of Lei Feng but I don't know him.

    我知道雷锋的事迹,但是我不认识雷锋。

  34. entrepreneurs know it, and the long-term VCs know it.

    企业家们都明白这一点,长期风投们也明白这一点。

  35. No, I don't know if she was dysfunctional, you know?

    不,我不知道她是不是很蹩脚,你明白吗?

  36. "To know others is wise , to know oneself is clever".

    “知己知彼,知己知彼”。

  37. They know that they can't dance At least they know

    他们知道自己不能跳舞至少他们知道

  38. girlfriend in a coma, I know, I know, it's serious.

    女朋友处在昏迷中,我知道,我知道,这是严肃的事。

  39. I know. I know. I sound like a spoiled brat.

    我知道,我像个被宠坏的孩子。

  40. I do not know, but ask around & somebody will know.

    我不知道,但你不妨打听一下,总会有人知道。

know中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
知道;知悉;了解
If you know a fact, a piece of information, or an answer, you have it correctly in your mind.
  1. I don't know the name of the place...

    我不知道那个地方的名字。

  2. I know that you led a rifle platoon during the Second World War...

    我知道你在二战期间率领一个步枪排。

  3. 'People like doing things for nothing.' — 'I know they do.'...

    “人们喜欢没事找事。”——“我知道确实是那样。”

  4. I don't know what happened to her husband...

    我不知道她丈夫出了什么事。

  5. 'How did he meet your mother?' — 'I don't know.'...

    “他怎么认识你母亲的?”——“我不知道。”

  6. We all know about his early experiments in flying...

    我们都了解他早期的飞行试验。

  7. They looked younger than I knew them to be...

    他们看起来比我所知道的实际年龄显小。

  8. Radon is known to be harmful to humans in large quantities...

    众所周知,大量的氡会对人体造成伤害。

  9. It is not known whether the bomb was originally intended for the capital itself...

    尚不清楚炸弹起初的轰炸目标是否是首都。

  10. It's always been known that key figures in the government do very well for themselves.

    众所周知政府中的要员都很会保全自己的利益。

2
熟识;认识
If you know someone, you are familiar with them because you have met them and talked to them before.
  1. Gifford was a friend. I'd known him for nine years...

    吉福德是我的一位朋友。我和他认识9年了。

  2. Do you two know each other?...

    你们俩互相认识吗?

  3. He doesn't know anybody in London.

    他在伦敦谁也不认识。

3
听说过;略有耳闻
If you say that you know of something, you mean that you have heard about it but you do not necessarily have a lot of information about it.
  1. We know of the incident but have no further details...

    我们听说过这件事,但对详情不是很清楚。

  2. The president admitted that he did not know of any rebels having surrendered so far...

    总统承认据他所知迄今为止还没有反叛者投降。

  3. I know of no one who would want to murder Albert.

    我没听说有人想杀艾伯特。

4
了解,掌握(某一学科)
If you know about a subject, you have studied it or taken an interest in it, and understand part or all of it.
  1. Hire someone with experience, someone who knows about real estate...

    雇佣有经验、了解房地产业的人。

  2. She didn't know anything about music but she liked to sing.

    虽然她对音乐一无所知,但却爱唱歌。

5
学会,掌握(语言)
If you know a language, you have learned it and can understand it.
  1. It helps to know French and Creole if you want to understand some of the lyrics...

    如果你想读懂一些抒情诗,学点法语和克里奥尔语是有帮助的。

  2. Rachel already knows as many words in German as she does in English...

    雷切尔掌握的德语词汇已经和她掌握的英语词汇一样多了。

  3. Her new classmates knew no Latin.

    她的新同学不会拉丁语。

6
熟悉;了解
If you know something such as a place, a work of art, or an idea, you have visited it, seen it, read it, or heard about it, and so you are familiar with it.
  1. No matter how well you know Paris, it is easy to get lost...

    不管你对巴黎多么熟悉,也很容易迷路。

  2. I don't know the play, I've just come to see it.

    我不了解这部剧,只是来看看。

7
会;能
If you know how to do something, you have the necessary skills and knowledge to do it.
  1. The health authorities now know how to deal with the disease...

    卫生部门现在知道如何对付这种病了。

  2. We know what to do to make it work.

    我们知道如何让它起作用。

8
意识到;觉察到
You can say that someone knows that something is happening when they become aware of it.
  1. Then I saw a gun under the hall table so I knew that something was wrong...

    后来我看到大厅的桌子下有一把枪,我就意识到有些不对劲儿。

  2. The first I knew about it was when I woke up in the ambulance.

    当我从救护车中苏醒过来时才知道发生了什么事。

9
认出;辨认出
If you know something or someone, you recognize them when you see them or hear them.
  1. Would she know you if she saw you on the street?...

    如果她在大街上看到你,能认出你吗?

  2. I thought I knew the voice.

    我觉得在哪里听过这声音。

10
称为;叫做
If someone or something is known as a particular name, they are called by that name.
  1. The disease is more commonly known as Mad Cow Disease...

    这种疾病更通俗的名称是疯牛病。

  2. He was born as John Birks Gillespie, but everyone knew him as Dizzy...

    他本名为约翰·伯克斯·吉莱斯皮,但人人都叫他“小迷糊”。

  3. He was the only boy in the school who was known by his Christian name and not his surname.

    他是学校里唯一一个被称呼洗礼名而不是姓氏的男孩儿。

  4. ...British Nuclear Fuels, otherwise known as BNFL.

    英国核料烧股份有限公司,也称BNFL。

11
认为…是;把…看作是
If you know someone or something as a person or thing that has particular qualities, you consider that they have those qualities.
  1. Lots of people know her as a very kind woman...

    很多人认为她是个非常善良的女人。

  2. We know them as inaccurate and misleading property descriptions...

    我们认为对性状的这些描述是不准确的,且会使人产生误解。

  3. Kemp knew him for a meticulous officer.

    肯普认为他是个很细心的官员。

12
(因某工作或角色)认识
If you know someone as a person with a particular job or role, you are familiar with them in that job or role, rather than in any other.
  1. Most of us know her as the woman who used to present the television news...

    我们大多数人认识她是因为她曾主持过电视新闻节目。

  2. The soldiers — all of whom we knew as neighbours — stood around pointing guns at us.

    那些士兵——我们都视之为邻居的人——站在四周用枪指着我们。

13
现行的;我们熟悉的;我们熟知的
If you talk about a thing or system as we know it, you are referring to the form in which it exists now and which is familiar to most people.
  1. He planned to end the welfare system as we know it.

    他计划终止现行的福利制度。

  2. ...those values of our culture that are essential to civilisation as we know it.

    我们文化中那些构成我们所熟悉的文明社会之根基的价值观

14
(花时间)了解
If you get to know someone, you find out what they are like by spending time with them.
  1. The new neighbours were getting to know each other...

    新邻居之间正在互相了解。

  2. I'd really like to see you again and get to know you better.

    我很愿意再次见到你并且更多地了解你。

15
谁知道;天晓得
People use expressions such as goodness knows ,Heaven knows, and God knows when they do not know something and want to suggest that nobody could possibly know it.
  1. 'Who's he?' — 'God knows.'

    “他是谁?”——“天晓得。”

  2. Old Gunga spoke God knows how many languages...

    老贡嘎会说很多种语言,天晓得有多少种。

  3. Heaven only knows what his mother would have said.

    天晓得他母亲原本会说什么。

16
(表示同意)我理解,我有同感,我知道
You say 'I know' to show that you agree with what has just been said.
  1. 'This country is so awful.' — 'I know, I know.'

    “这个国家太糟糕了。”——“的确是,的确是。”

17
(表示接受)我知道
You say 'I know' to show that you accept that something is true, but think that it is not very important or relevant.
  1. 'There are trains straight from Cambridge.' — 'I know, but it's no quicker.'

    “有直接从剑桥开出的列车。”——“我知道,但也不快。”

18
(表示同情和理解)我理解,我知道
You use 'I know' to express sympathy and understanding towards someone.
  1. I'm sorry, George. I know how you feel...

    我很遗憾,乔治。我理解你的感受。

  2. I know what you're going through.

    我知道你正在经受什么样的煎熬。

19
不知道,不认为(表示不完全同意或不认为是真的)
You can use I don't know to indicate that you do not completely agree with something or do not really think that it is true.
  1. 'He should quite simply resign.' — 'I don't know about that.'

    “他就该辞职。”——“我不知道。”

  2. I don't know that it's made the decision any easier.

    我不认为这对作出决定有丝毫帮助。

20
我不知道你(们)怎么想(表示将表达自己想法并想知道他人的看法)
You can say 'I don't know about you' to indicate that you are going to give your own opinion about something and you want to find out if someone else feels the same.
  1. I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm hungry...

    我不知道你们怎么样,但我是饿了。

  2. I don't know about you, but I've had just about enough of this.

    我不知道你怎么想,但我已经受够了。

21
(表示批评某人的行为)真想不到,真不知道
You use I don't know in expressions which indicate criticism of someone's behaviour. For example, if you say that you do not know how someone can do something, you mean that you cannot understand or accept them doing it.
  1. I don't know how he could do this to his own daughter...

    真想不到他竟对自己的女儿这样。

  2. I don't know how you can say that...

    真想不到你竟说那话。

  3. I don't know what those folk think they are playing at.

    真不知道那些家伙在搞什么鬼。

22
我要是知道就好了;我根本不知道
People sometimes use expressions such as I'm blessed if I know or damned if I know to emphasize the fact that they do not know something.
  1. 'What was that all about?' — 'Damned if I know.'

    “那都是关于什么的?”——“我要知道就好了。”

  2. I'm damned if I know what plans he has in that direction.

    我压根不知道他在那方面有什么计划。

23
知情;(尤指)熟悉内幕,掌握内情
If you are in the know about something, especially something that is not known about or understood by many people, you have information about it.
  1. It was gratifying to be in the know about important people...

    了解重要人物的一些内幕真令人高兴。

  2. He takes crucial decisions without consulting people in the know.

    他没有咨询相关知情人士就作了重要的决定。

24
(表示所说的话对方理解)你是知道的,你知道我的意思
You can use expressions such as you know what I mean and if you know what I mean to suggest that the person listening to you understands what you are trying to say, and so you do not have to explain any more.
  1. None of us stayed long. I mean, the atmosphere wasn't — well, you know what I mean...

    我们都没呆太久。我的意思是,气氛并不是——唔,你知道我的意思。

  2. She was a bit stuck up, know what I mean?

    她有点自命不凡,你明白我的意思吧?

25
(指可能会发生好事)很难说,很难预料
You say 'You never know' or 'One never knows' to indicate that it is not definite or certain what will happen in the future, and to suggest that there is some hope that things will turn out well.
  1. You never know, I might get lucky...

    很难说,我也许会交好运呢。

  2. There might be an even bigger one — I doubt it, but you never know.

    可能还有个比这还要大的——我觉得有点悬,但也很难说。

26
据我所知没有
You say 'Not that I know of' when someone has asked you whether or not something is true and you think the answer is 'no' but you cannot be sure because you do not know all the facts.
  1. 'Is he married?' — 'Not that I know of.'

    “他结婚了吗?”——“据我所知没有。”

27
我怎么知道;我不知道
You can say 'How was I to know?', or in British English 'I wasn't to know', to mean that you cannot be blamed or criticized for something you did, because you did not have enough information to realize that it was wrong.
  1. How was I to know you'd return so suddenly?...

    我怎么知道你会这么突然就回来?

  2. You weren't to know — in fact, I think I'm the only person who does know.

    你不会知道——实际上,我想我是唯一真正知道的人。

28
(某人)知道什么,懂什么(表示其没有资格评论)
You can use expressions such as What does she know? and What do they know? when you think that someone has no right to comment on a situation because they do not understand it.
  1. Don't listen to him, what does he know?...

    别听他的,他知道什么?

  2. I always felt his attitude was, 'What do you know about it?'

    我感觉他总是那种“你懂什么?”的态度。

29
(表示惊讶)你看怪不怪,真没想到
People sometimes say 'What do you know!' when they are very surprised about something.
  1. Well, what do you know!

    哎呀,真没想到!

30
(加强语气或引起注意)你要知道
You use you know to emphasize or to draw attention to what you are saying.
  1. The conditions in there are awful, you know...

    你要知道,那里的条件很艰苦。

  2. You know, it does worry me.

    你要知道,这实在让我担心。

31
(表示不确定要说的话或考虑接着说什么)你知道
People use you know when they are uncertain about what they are saying or what they are going to say next.
  1. He's generous and, you know, very nice, very polite...

    他很大方而且,你知道,很友善,很有礼貌。

  2. I thought I'd, you know, have a chat with you.

    我想我应该,呃,和你谈谈。

32
(表示进一步解释)你是知道的,你难道不知道
You use you know when you are trying to explain more clearly what you mean, by referring to something that the person you are talking to knows about.
  1. Wear the white dress, you know, the one with all the black embroidery.

    穿那件白裙,你知道的,上面有黑色刺绣的那件。

33
(加强语气)你不知道,你都想不到
You can say 'You don't know' in order to emphasize how strongly you feel about the remark you are going to make.
  1. You don't know how good it is to speak to somebody from home.

    你不知道和家乡来的人说说话感觉有多好。

know用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
不用于进行时
not used in the progressive tenses
2
知悉
have information
3
知道;知悉;了解
to have information in your mind as a result of experience or because you have learned or been told it
4
你知道他的地址吗?
Do you know his address?
5
火灾的原因尚不清楚。
The cause of the fire is not yet known.
6
我只知道她曾在银行工作过。
All I know is that she used to work in a bank (= I have no other information about her) .
7
我知道人们的笔迹随着年龄的增长而变化。
I know (that) people's handwriting changes as they get older.
8
众所周知氯氟烃会破坏臭氧层。
It is widely known that CFCs can damage the ozone layer.
9
我知道他藏在哪里。
I knew where he was hiding.
10
我不知道他在谈什么。
I didn't know what he was talking about.
11
“你的车胎瘪了。”“我知道。”
‘You've got a flat tyre.’ ‘I know.’
12
“答案是什么?”“我不知道。”
‘What's the answer?’ ‘I don't know.’
13
“里边一个人都没有。”“你怎么知道呢?”
‘There's no one in.’ ‘ How do you know? ’
14
你知道阿曼达的小宝宝吧?
You know about Amanda's baby, don't you?
15
不管你怎么样,反正我要吃点东西。
I don't know about you, but I'm ready for something to eat.
16
我知道至少有两人干过同样的事。
I know of at least two people who did the same thing.
17
“还有别的人要来吗?”“据我所知没有了。”
‘Is anyone else coming?’ ‘ Not that I know of. ’
18
“那不是他的汽车吗?”“我怎么会知道呢?”
‘Isn't that his car?’ ‘ I wouldn't know./How should I know? (= I don't know and I am not the person you should ask.) ’
19
“你们俩在说什么悄悄话?”“你还是不知道的好。”
‘What are you two whispering about?’ ‘ You don't want to know (= because you would be shocked or wouldn't approve) .’
20
他知道要先到这儿来吗?
Does he know to come here (= that he should come here) first?
21
我们知道她很诚实。
We know her to be honest.
22
据悉两名妇女死了。
Two women are known to have died.
23
意识到
realize
24
认识到;懂得;意识到
to realize, understand or be aware of sth
25
我刚走进屋就意识到出了事。
As soon as I walked in the room I knew (that) something was wrong.
26
她知道自己快死了。
She knew she was dying.
27
我完全懂她的意思。
I knew perfectly well what she meant.
28
我非常清楚你的感受。
I know exactly how you feel.
29
这个案子毫无希望,这一点他是清楚的。
This case is hopeless and he knows it (= although he will not admit it) .
30
“马丁一直在撒谎。”“我本该察觉到的。”
‘Martin was lying all the time.’ ‘ I should have known .’
31
确信
feel certain
32
确信;确知;肯定
to feel certain about sth
33
他确信她是可以信赖的。
He knew (that) he could trust her.
34
我肯定它在这儿某个地方!
I know it's here somewhere!
35
我没有把握能在下周完成。
I don't know that I can finish it by next week.
36
“你说得对——有人一直在散布你的谣言。”“我早就知道!”
‘You were right─someone's been spreading rumours about you.’ ‘I knew it!’
37
“她是最糟的队员。”“哦,是吗?——她昨天表现可不错。”
‘She's the worst player in the team.’ ‘Oh, I don't know (= I am not sure that I agree) ─she played well yesterday.’
38
熟悉
be familiar
39
熟悉;认识;了解
to be familiar with a person, place, thing, etc.
40
我认识戴维已有20年了。
I've known David for 20 years.
41
你们俩认识吗?
Do you two know each other (= have you met before) ?
42
你了解她以后就会觉得她非常可爱。
She's very nice when you get to know her.
43
本这个人我们了解,能叫我们等很长时间。
Knowing Ben , we could be waiting a long time (= it is typical of him to be late) .
44
这男人是在警方挂了号的。
This man is known to the police (= as a criminal) .
45
我很熟悉巴黎。
I know Paris well.
46
你知道这出戏吗?
Do you know the play (= have you seen or read it before) ?
47
这些新规则可能意味着我们熟悉的足球终结了。
The new rules could mean the end of football as we know it (= in the form that we are familiar with) .
48
名声
reputation
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把…看作是;认为…是
to think that sb/sth is a particular type of person or thing or has particular characteristics
50
人们都认为那是市内最危险的地段。
It's known as the most dangerous part of the city.
51
她在对人脑的研究方面最为知名。
She is best known for her work on the human brain.
52
他被公认为杰出的物理学家。
He's known to be an outstanding physicist.
53
命名
give name
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将…称为;把…叫做
to give sb/sth a particular name or title
55
这种药通常称作摇头丸。
The drug is commonly known as Ecstasy.
56
彼得o威尔逊,也称“老虎”。
Peter Wilson, also known as ‘the Tiger’.
57
认出
recognize
58
能认出;能辨认出
to be able to recognize sb/sth
59
我看不到谁在讲话,但我能辨认出声音。
I couldn't see who was speaking, but I knew the voice.
60
她一看就知道有没有便宜可捡。
She knows a bargain when she sees one.
61
区分
distinguish
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能区分;能分辨
to be able to distinguish one person or thing from another
63
我希望我们教给了孩子分辨是非的能力。
I hope we have taught our children to know right from wrong.
64
技能;语言
skill/language
65
学会;掌握
to have learned a skill or language and be able to use it
66
你会日语吗?
Do you know any Japanese?
67
你知道电子数据表的使用方法吗?
Do you know how to use spreadsheets?
68
经历
experience
69
仅用于完成时
only used in the perfect tenses
70
看到过;听到过;经历过
to have seen, heard or experienced sth
71
我以前从未见到过七月份下雪。
I've never known it (to) snow in July before.
72
听说他整个上午都待在盥洗室里。
He has been known to spend all morning in the bathroom.
73
亲身体验;亲身经历
to have personal experience of sth
74
他贫富生活都亲身经历过。
He has known both poverty and wealth.
75
她现在可能成功了,但她尝过贫穷的滋味。
She may be successful now, but she has known what it is like to be poor.
76
瞬息之间;转眼间;一下子
very quickly or suddenly
77
还没等我们弄清怎么回事,出租车就一阵风似地把我们带走了。
We were whisked off in a taxi before we knew where we were.
78
无从知道,并不知道(做错了事)
to have no way of realizing or being aware that you have done sth wrong
79
“对不起,你睡觉时打电话打扰你了。”“别在意——你不是故意的嘛。”
‘I'm sorry, I called when you were in bed.’ ‘Don't worry─you weren't to know.’
80
(强调不知道对自己无关紧要的事)不知道,说不定,亦未可知
used to emphasize that you do not know sth and that it is not important to you
81
她说不定已经死了。
She could be dead for all I know.
82
(强调不知道)谁知道,天晓得
used to emphasize that you do not know sth
83
谁知道他们还可能找到什么。
God knows what else they might find.
84
“他们在哪儿?”“天晓得。”
‘Where are they?’ ‘Goodness knows.’
85
(强调所言属实)老天作证,确实,的确
used to emphasize the truth of what you are saying
86
她应该考合格——她可真够努力了。
She ought to pass the exam─goodness knows she's been working hard enough.
87
(批评某人的行为)真想不到,真不知道
used to criticize sb's behaviour
88
真想不到你怎么会说出这种话来。
I don't know how you can say things like that.
89
(表示同意或同情)我理解,我有同感,我知道
used to agree with sb or to show sympathy
90
“这境况真荒唐!”“的确是。”
‘What a ridiculous situation!’ ‘I know.’
91
(引出新的想法或建议)我有个主意(或办法、建议)
used to introduce a new idea or suggestion
92
我有主意了,咱们看看剧院在上演什么。
I know, let's see what's on at the theatre.
93
(用以批评)其实完全明白,哪会不知道,知道得很清楚
used to criticize sb by saying that they should realize or understand sth
94
其实你完全明白你是在故意胡搅蛮缠。
You know as well as I do that you're being unreasonable.
95
对…了如指掌(或倒背如流);把…背得滚瓜烂熟
to know sb/sth extremely well
96
她现在对这个剧本肯定是倒背如流。
She must know the play backwards by now.
97
最懂得,最知道,比谁都明白(该怎么做,等等)
to know what should be done, etc. better than other people
98
医生叫你卧床休息,她最清楚你该怎么做。
The doctor told you to stay in bed, and she knows best.
99
明白事理(而不至于);不至于糊涂到
to be sensible enough not to do sth
100
他明白得很,绝不会凭表面现象来判断。
He knows better than to judge by appearances.
101
与某人面熟
to recognize sb without knowing them well
102
所知道的不是那么回事;所掌握的情况大不一样(或大相径庭)
to have information or evidence that the opposite is true
103
他说他并不在乎批评家的评论,可我知道不是那么回事。
He says he doesn't care about what the critics write, but I know different.
104
非常清楚;不可否认;不可忽视
to be very aware of a fact and unable to deny or ignore it
105
他非常清楚她对此事的看法。
He knew full well what she thought of it.
106
对…极为熟悉(或了如指掌)
to be very familiar with sth
107
我在这儿长大的,我对这地方再熟悉不过了。
This is where I grew up. I know this area like the back of my hand.
108
知道自己想做什么;有主见
to have very firm ideas about what you want to do
109
精通业务;对工作很内行
to know a lot about a particular subject or job
110
熟悉周围情况(或课题等)
to be familiar with a place, subject, etc.
111
亲身经历过;作经验之谈
to have knowledge about sth from your own experience
112
知道自己的利益所在
to know where you can get an advantage for yourself
113
(尤指通过他人传达而)使人知晓,让人知道
to make sure that people are informed about sth, especially by getting sb else to tell them
114
总统已经公开表示他不打算再次参加竞选。
The President has let it be known that he does not intend to run for election again.
115
让某人知道;告诉(或通知)某人
to tell sb about sth
116
我能帮什么忙,只管说。
Let me know how I can help.
117
向某人作自我介绍
to introduce yourself to sb
118
我向旅馆老板作了自我介绍。
I made myself known to the hotel manager.
119
(因缺乏教养而)表现不好;因无人指教而举止不良
to behave badly, usually because you have not been taught the correct way to behave
120
愚蠢之至;屁都不懂
to be very stupid or completely lacking in skill
121
完全不懂行;对…一窍不通
to know nothing about a subject
122
对…一无所知;对…一窍不通
to know nothing at all about sb/sth
123
根本不认识某人;与某人素不相识
to not know at all who sb is
124
因吃惊而不知所措;惊呆了
to be so surprised by sth that you do not know how to react
125
尴尬得不知如何是好;狼狈不堪;感到很难堪
to feel great embarrassment and not know how to react
126
(激动得)不知如何是好;糊里糊涂;不知所措
to be so excited or confused that you cannot behave or think in a sensible way
127
身在福中不知福
to have an easy life without realizing how easy it is
128
你们没孩子,真是身在福中不知福啊。
You people without kids don't know you're born.
129
难以预料;无从知道;没法说
used to say that it is impossible to say what might happen
130
很难预料他会有什么样的反应。
There's no knowing how he'll react.
131
(某人)知道什么,懂什么
used to say that sb knows nothing about the subject you are talking about
132
不管怎么说,他懂什么足球?
What does he know about football, anyway?
133
(表示惊奇)你看怪不怪,真没想到
used to express surprise
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唷,真想不到!你看谁来啦!
Well, what do you know? Look who's here!
135
(说话人考虑接着说什么时用)
used when you are thinking of what to say next
136
唉,你知道,这很难解释。
Well, you know, it's difficult to explain.
137
(表示对方知道或了解所言)你知道的
used to show that what you are referring to is known or understood by the person you are speaking to
138
你猜我刚才看见谁了,玛吉!你难道不知道——吉姆的妻子呀。
Guess who I've just seen? Maggie! You know─Jim's wife.
139
拐角那家餐馆,你知道吧?已经倒闭了。
You know that restaurant round the corner? It's closed down.
140
(加强语气)你要知道
used to emphasize sth that you are saying
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你要知道,我不是傻子。
I'm not stupid, you know.
142
(引出令人感兴趣或吃惊的看法、消息等)要我告诉你吗,你听说了吗
used to introduce an interesting or surprising opinion, piece of news, etc.
143
要我告诉你吗?圣诞节我从未真正快乐过。
You know something? I've never really enjoyed Christmas.
144
(不说出名称)你知道是谁 / 什么
used to refer to sb/sth without mentioning a name
145
(尤指可能会发生好事)很难说,很难预料
used to say that you can never be certain about what will happen in the future, especially when you are suggesting that sth good might happen
146
(自以为)全懂,什么都精通
to be confident that you know sth, especially when you actually do not
147
他自以为什么都知道。
He thinks he knows all the answers.
148
穷困潦倒;昔盛今衰;曾辉煌过
to be in poor condition
149
我们的汽车曾辉煌一时!
Our car has seen better days!
150
熟悉的魔鬼比不熟悉的魔鬼好;不要嫌熟悉的环境不好,换个不熟悉的环境可能更糟
used to say that it is easier and wiser to stay in a bad situation that you know and can deal with rather than change to a new situation which may be much worse
151
就我所知;尽我所记得的;依我看
used to say that you think you know, remember, understand, etc. sth but you cannot be completely sure, especially because you do not know all the facts
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就我们所知,没有什么要担心的。
As far as we knew, there was no cause for concern.
153
依我看,你没有做错任何事。
As far as I can see, you've done nothing wrong.
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据我所记得的,她过去住在芝加哥。
She lived in Chicago, as far as I can remember.
155
已长大,该懂事了
old enough to behave in a more sensible way than you actually did
156
了如指掌;滚瓜烂熟
to know sth perfectly so that you can repeat it at any time without having to think about it
157
所有的答案他都胸有成竹。
He had all the answers off pat.
158
向某人演示 / 知道 / 学会如何做某事
to show sb/know/learn how a particular job should be done
159
了解 / 透露有用的(或有趣的、意外的)信息;有所了解 / 披露;见多识广
to know/tell sb some useful, interesting or surprising information about sb/sth
160
她结过五次婚,所以对男人有所了解。
She's been married five times, so she knows a thing or two about men!
161
知情;熟悉内幕;掌握内情
having more information about sth than most people
162
有知情者告诉我他要辞职了。
Somebody in the know told me he's going to resign.
know英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
the fact of being aware of information that is known to few people
例子:
  1. he is always in the know
2
accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
例子:
  1. The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne
  2. We do not recognize your gods

近义词: acknowledge,recognize,recognise

3
be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object
例子:
  1. She doesn't know this composer
  2. Do you know my sister?
  3. We know this movie
  4. I know him under a different name
  5. This flower is known as a Peruvian Lily
4
be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information;possess knowledge or information about
例子:
  1. I know that the President lied to the people
  2. I want to know who is winning the game!
  3. I know it's time

近义词: cognize,cognise

5
be aware of the truth of something;have a belief or faith in something;regard as true beyond any doubt
例子:
  1. I know that I left the key on the table
  2. Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun
6
know how to do or perform something
例子:
  1. She knows how to knit
  2. Does your husband know how to cook?
7
have fixed in the mind
例子:
  1. I know Latin
  2. This student knows her irregular verbs
  3. Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?
8
have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations
例子:
  1. I know the feeling!
  2. have you ever known hunger?
  3. I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict
  4. The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare
  5. I lived through two divorces

近义词: experience,live

9
perceive as familiar
例子:
  1. I know this voice!
10
be able to distinguish, recognize as being different
例子:
  1. The child knows right from wrong
11
know the nature or character of
例子:
  1. we all knew her as a big show-off
12
have sexual intercourse with
例子:
  1. This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm
  2. Adam knew Eve
  3. Were you ever intimate with this man?

近义词: sleep together,roll in the hay,love,make out,make love,sleep with,get laid,have sex,do it,be intimate,have intercourse,have it away,have it off,screw,fuck,jazz,eff,hump,lie with,bed,have a go at it,bang,get it on,bonk