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knowverb

  • ja知っている、理解している
  • ento be certain and sure about something

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Your mother always knew you were special.
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She believed you'd be the one to unite our 2 worlds.
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Why would you order a pizza when we’re making pizza?
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Because I knew you’d fail.
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I just finally know what I have to do.
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And I know in my heart that it's right.
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I knew I never should have trusted you.
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Yes, obviously not, you dum-dum.
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Oh, great and powerful spirits.
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Would board games be stupid if they were real?
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Hmm, I guess we'll never know for sure.
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He doesn't know what he's saying.
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Yes, he does, Watson.
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He knows full well.
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He knows exactly what he's doing.
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You have a responsibility.
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I know full well what my responsibilities are.

Other meanings for know...

knowverb

  • ja知っている、承知している
  • ento have information in your mind as a result of experience or learning, or because you have observed or been told about it
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These are the Davidsons.
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They wanna know what happened to their missing grandmother.
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I have some deeply tragic news for you.
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You're starting your own paper company.
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- Yeah! - Why?
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Can you believe it?
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'Cause I know paper.
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I know everything there is
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to know about paper.
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It's saying the server went down.
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Does anybody know that password? 'Cause otherwise, we can't do any work.
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Uh, try "password."
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Nope.
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Do you know how to use that thing?
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The pointy end goes into the other man.
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Yo-Yo Ma is in the precinct.
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And he's giving out autographs.
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Yo-Yo Ma is on tour in Australia right now.
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How would you know that?