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to know one's craft sein Handwerk verstehen
to know one's mannerssich zu benehmen wissen
to know one's medicine well sich medizinisch auskennen
to know one's metes and bounds seine Grenzen kennen
to know one's metes and bounds Maß und Ziel kennen
to know one's own mind wissen, was man will
to know one's stuff die Materie beherrschen
to know one's stuff [coll.] sein Handwerk verstehen [ugs.]
to know one's way aroundortskundig sein
to know one's way around [idiom] sich [Akk.] auskennen
to know one's way around a bitsich ein wenig auskennen
to know oneselfsich (selbst) kennen
to know right from wrong(zwischen) Gut und Böse unterscheiden können
to know sb. [archaic] [to have sexual intercourse with]jdn. erkennen [geh.] [veraltet] [noch in der Bibel] [Geschlechtsverkehr mit jdm. haben]
to know sb. by facejdn. vom Sehen (her) kennen
to know sb. by his walk jdn. am Schritt erkennen
to know sb. by namejdn. mit Namen kennen
to know sb. by sightjdn. vom Sehen her kennen
to know sb. (by sth.) [recognize, e.g. by his voice]jdn. (an etw. [Dat.]) erkennen [z. B. an seiner Stimme]
to know sb. in the biblical sense [idiom] mit jdm. Sex haben
to know sb. personally jdn. persönlich kennen
to know sb. privately jdn. privat kennen
to know sb./sth. jdn./etw. kennen
to know sb./sth. by reputationjdn./etw. vom Hörensagen kennen
to know sb./sth. inside and out jdn./etw. in- und auswendig kennen
to know sb./sth. inside out [coll.] [idiom] jdn./etw. bis ins / zum Tezett kennen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [bis ins Detail]
to know sb./sth. welljdn./etw. gut kennen
to know sb.'s likes wissen, was jd. mag
to know scarcely kaum ahnen
to know scarcelykaum wissen
to know squat [coll.] keine Ahnung haben
to know sth. [languages, poems etc.] [e.g. I know German.] etw. können [Sprachen, Gedichte usw.] [z. B. Ich kann Englisch.]
to know sth. [understand] etw. verstehen [wissen]
to know sth. backwardsetw. in- und auswendig kennen
to know sth. by intuition etw. intuitiv wissen
to know sth. for certain etw. [Akk.] mit Sicherheit wissen
to know sth. from A to Z etw. in- und auswendig kennen
to know sth. from personal experience etw. aus eigener Erfahrung wissen
to know sth. from sth. [differentiate] etw. von etw. unterscheiden (können)
to know sth. inside out etw. in- und auswendig kennen
to know sth. inside out etw. wie seine Westentasche kennen
to know sth. like the back of one's hand [idiom] etw. wie seine Westentasche kennen [Redewendung]
to know sth. off pat etw. in- und auswendig kennen
to know sth. (off) by heartetw. auswendig können
to know (sth.)(etw.) wissen
to know (sth.) (über etw.) Bescheid wissen
to know thatwissen, dass
to know the answer die Antwort wissen
to know the area (well) mit den Örtlichkeiten (gut) vertraut sein
to know the facts of life aufgeklärt sein [sexualkundlich]
to know the ins and outs [coll.] [idiom] Bescheid wissen [sich genau auskennen]
to know the place Ortskenntnis besitzen
to know the place ortskundig sein
to know the place sich (hier / dort) auskennen
to know the right way of going about sth. etw. [Dat.] den richtigen Dreh geben können [fig.] [etw. geschickt erledigen können]
to know the ropes [coll.] [idiom] Bescheid wissen [sich auskennen]
to know the ropes [idiom] die Schliche kennen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to know the ropes [idiom] die Spielregeln kennen [fig.]
to know the ropes [idiom] sich auskennen
to know the ropes [idiom] den Bogen raushaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to know the ropes [idiom]die Klaviatur beherrschen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to know the scene [coll.] sich in der Szene auskennen [ugs.]
to know the score [idiom] Bescheid wissen
to know the time of day wissen, was es geschlagen hat
to know the wayden Weg kennen
to know the way around the placeOrtskenntnis besitzen
to know the way around the place ortskundig sein
to know the world die Welt kennen
to know them inside out [idiom] [to know them thoroughly] seine Pappenheimer kennen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to know what it's all about [fig.] wissen, wo es langgeht [fig.]
to know what life is all about (mitten) im Leben stehen
to know what makes sb. tick wissen, wie jd. tickt
to know what one is about [coll.] sein Fach verstehen
to know what one is doing sich weiterzuhelfen wissen
to know what one is getting intowissen, womit man es zu tun bekommt
to know what one is letting oneself in for [coll.] wissen, worauf man sich einlässt
to know what you're doingsich auskennen
to know what's in store for one [coll.] [idiom] wissen, was die Glocke geschlagen hat [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to know where sb. is coming from [coll.] jds. Standpunkt nachvollziehen können
to know where the shoe pinches [idiom]wissen, wo der Schuh drückt [Redewendung]
to know where things stand wissen, wie die Dinge stehen
to know which side one's bread is buttered sich auf seinen Vorteil verstehen
to know which side one's bread is buttered on wissen, wo es langgeht [ugs.]
to know which side one's bread is buttered on wissen, was Sache ist
to know, without knowing how, that ...wissen, ohne zu wissen, woher, dass ...
to knuckle down [apply oneself seriously to a task] sich [Akk.] auf den Hosenboden setzen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [ernsthaft anfangen zu arbeiten]
to knuckle down [coll.] sich reinknien [ugs.]
to knuckle down (to it)zupacken
to knuckle under to sb.vor jdm. kuschen
to knurlrändeln
to knurlkordeln
to knurl kordieren
to knurl sth.etw. [Akk.] randrieren [rändeln]
to KO sb. jdn. k. o. schlagen
to kowtow katzbuckeln [fig.]
to kowtow to sb.vor jdm. einen Kotau machen
to kowtow to sb.einen Fußfall vor jdm. machen [fig.]
to kvell [Am.] [coll.] glücklich und stolz sein
to kvetch [Am.] [coll.] sich beschweren [sich beklagen]
to kvetch [esp. Am.] [coll.] [from Yiddish] (dauernd) nörgeln [pej.] [herumjammern]
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