From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI knowI knowa)AGREEused to agree with someone or to say that you feel the same way‘We have to talk about it, Rob.’ ‘Yeah, I know.’b)THINK something/HAVE A THOUGHTused to say that you have suddenly had an idea, thought of a solution to a problem etcI know! Let’s go out for a meal on your birthday.c)AGREEused to stop someone from interrupting because they have an opinion about what you are sayingIt sounds silly, I know, but I will explain.I know, I know, I should have had the car checked out before now. →knowExamples from the CorpusI know• No one, as far as I know, has ever before cut away the wing of a submerged big jet.• My two chips were ready in my sweatypalm. I knew I had him on toast.• I know, I know, we should have called and made reservations.• No Francis, anywhere. I knew I was alone now.• All I know is that I am on my way out.• "It is really hot out there today." "I know. It's miserable."• I know! Let's turn the couch this way and then the table will fit.• I know the why of this, but I know it only now as I write these words.• And I know what you're thinking.
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To know something means to have a piece of information or a certain understanding of something. If someone tells you their phone number and you remember it, you know.
There's a reason you can find the word know in the word knowledge — to know is to have knowledge about something, to be familiar with an idea, or to recognize someone. If you're "in the know," you have information that is only known to a select group of people. But be careful — to know someone in the Biblical sense means that you're having sexual relations with them.
Definitions of know
verbbe cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about
“I know that the President lied to the people”
“I want to know who is winning the game!”
“I know it's time”
- synonyms:cognise, cognize
verbbe aware of the truth of something; have a belief or faith in something; regard as true beyond any doubt
“I know that I left the key on the table”
“Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun”
- cognise, cognize
be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about
- cognise, cognize
verbhave fixed in the mind
“I know Latin”
“This student knows her irregular verbs”
“Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?”
verbhave firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations
“I know the feeling!”
“have you ever known hunger?”
- synonyms:experience, live
verbbe able to distinguish, recognize as being different
verbknow how to do or perform something
“She knows how to knit”
“Does your husband know how to cook?”
verbaccept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
nounthe fact of being aware of information that is known to few people
“he is always in the know”
verbbe familiar or acquainted with a person or an object
“She doesn't know this composer”
“Do you know my sister?”
“We know this movie”
“I know him under a different name”
“This flower is known as a Peruvian Lily”
“I know this voice!”
verbknow the nature or character of
“we all knew her as a big show-off”
verbhave sexual intercourse with
- synonyms:have intercourse, have sex, love, roll in the hay
- make out, neck
kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion
- make out, neck
often seen written as "i knaa" - is a sarcastic phrase used to mock people, typically a slow person who asks or says something ridiculous. it is usually in the form of an exclaimed sarcastic response. it was originated at the ccolr in west philly.
hey, can i get a dollar?
"i know! dont you have a job?"
i got fired
"haha, iiii knooowww!!! dude, you're at work right now idiot! im your freakin' co-worker. you just got your check 2 minutes ago you douche bag!"
no, im poor now. i want to saaavvveee.
"hahaha. iiiii knaaaa. im done. please go play in traffic SIR"
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I know has indicated recognition or understanding of something since the earliest days of the English language, but idiomatic uses of the verb phrase appear more recently. I know! as an exclamation for “I have an idea!” goes back to at least 1904. This I know acts as the verbal equivalent to the popular “lightbulb over a person’s head.” Picture it now.
I know! as a colloquial expression for enthusiastic, empathetic agreement for another person’s statement or experience appears to have spread in speech throughout the 20th century, as indicated by its broad use in popular TV dialogue from Good Times in the 1970s to Friends in the 1990s. The character Bruce on the cartoon Family Guy notably uses I know as a catchphrase, as did comedian Craig Ferguson on his Late Late Show in the 2000s.
I know! can also serve as an exasperated acknowledgment (e.g., “could you stop reminding me already”) or it can be doubled it (e.g., “I know, I know. I should really pay more attention next time.”).
One common extension is I know, right? The right acts as emphasis, showing agreement, familiarity, and casualness. The 2004 film Mean Girls popularized this, though instances are recorded on Urban Dictionary in 2003 and used on Saturday Night Live in 2000.
Meaning i know
Nobody will notice anything. -And how much are these jars of yours. -50 septims a piece. Or maybe I will try, I still dont lose anything.Oasis - D'You Know What I Mean? (Official HD Remastered Video)
She understood what it was like to destroy life on the entire planet and what the birth of life itself was like. Now he wanted to atone for his guilt, not with his own death, but with love. Love for humanity and for him his savior. To the only person now who remembers everything and the only one close to him as close as no one else.
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He is not verbose as usual. - Good health. We didnt speak again, I noticed that he was gloomy and slightly annoyed. Later he went to bed and from the fact that I slept all day I could not sleep and I stood on the balcony, looking from the 12th floor.