Translation of knowledge in Spanish:


conocimiento, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈnɒlɪdʒ//ˈnɑlədʒ/


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    conocimiento masculine
    I had no knowledge of their activities no estaba enterado de sus actividades
    • do you have any knowledge of his whereabouts? ¿conoce su paradero?
    • it has come to my knowledge that … me he enterado de que …
    • to (the best of) my knowledge, she's still in Paris que yo sepa, sigue en París
    • to the best of my knowledge and belief a mi leal saber y entender
    • has he changed his mind? — not to my knowledge ¿ha cambiado de opinión? — que yo sepa, no
    • there are, to my certain knowledge, at least four of them sé con seguridad / me consta que son por lo menos cuatro
    • she did it in the knowledge that … lo hizo sabiendo que / a sabiendas de que …
    • he acted in full knowledge of the consequences actuó con plena conciencia de las consecuencias
    • permission was granted without my knowledge el permiso fue otorgado sin que yo lo supiera / sin mi conocimiento
    • it is common knowledge that … todo el mundo sabe que …
    • Banks must be more proactive in this area as a lack of public knowledge will only serve to increase consumer reluctance to go online with their bank.
    • If your computer is permanently connected, the chances are that, sooner or later, an attempt will be made to access it without your knowledge.
    • Close friends and family reportedly knew, but his sexuality was not public knowledge.
    • Pakistan were content to bat out for a draw on the last day, secure in the knowledge that they only had to protect their 1 - 0 lead.
    • The thefts only came to light when one customer noticed that money had been taken from her account without her knowledge.
    • If you've got a pension, do you feel secure in the knowledge that your money is in safe hands?
    • One thing very important to the dying is the knowledge that they will be remembered after they are gone.
    • He also says other executives committed accounting irregularities without his knowledge.
    • We have no secrets from one another, and know that we can tell each other anything in the sure and certain knowledge that the other will respond in a loving fashion.
    • Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward, including a lorry driver who may have been involved in the incident without his knowledge.
    • Very often they respond to an emergency call in the knowledge that they may encounter very challenging or dangerous situations.
    • Then you could have spyware software running on your computer without your knowledge.
    • The infected computers can then be used to attack a Web site without their owners' knowledge.
    • On her deathbed, she apparently signed a new will without my knowledge.
    • They thrive on risk, happy in the knowledge that the greater the risks taken then the greater the potential rewards.
    • Without his knowledge, the council released CCTV footage of his actions to the media.
    • Angry residents claim a mobile phone mast was installed near their homes without their knowledge.
    • People's knowledge of the fact that they are being observed may make them behave less naturally.
    • Without their knowledge, innocent computer users may trigger the virus by simply browsing a website.
    • He denied all knowledge of the bank robbery, but police were able to detain him on a technicality.
    • This would mean that an entire realm of academic knowledge would be inaccessible to students.
    • He does experimental and anthropological research on the transmission of cultural knowledge.
    • The fact is that judgments are inevitably based on the knowledge available at the time.
    • The profession must recognise that it does not have a monopoly of either wisdom or knowledge.
    • As they disappear, so does their ancient culture, their wisdom, their knowledge.
    • The people in China have traditional respect for scholarship and knowledge.
    • Her grasp of scientific truth in all branches of knowledge, combined with an exceptional power of exposition, made her the most remarkable woman of her generation.
    • I wondered too if we will ever find a way for a more efficient transmission of knowledge.
    • These steps opened the doors to the transmission of ideas and knowledge from Europe.
    • Renaissance science also received added impetus from the increased transmission of knowledge between east and west.
    • We owe it to the younger generation to pass on the vast lore, knowledge and expertise and let them know the heritage of the county.
    • This anthology pairs contemporary stories with folk tales, many of which interpret natural phenomena in the light of local knowledge and lore.
    • This study aims to contribute to the body of knowledge in these areas.
    • Artists are asked to submit works that explore the importance of cultural knowledge and the wisdom of elders.
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    (facts known)
    saber masculine
    (masculine plural) (by particular person) conocimientos
    the pursuit of knowledge la búsqueda del saber
    • my knowledge of Spanish/the law is very limited mis conocimientos de español/de la ley son muy limitados
    • he has a working knowledge of French se defiende bastante bien en francés
    • he has a thorough knowledge of the subject conoce el tema a fondo