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knowledge / CL: 門|门 / intellectual
to notify / to inform / notice / notification / CL: 個|个
to know / to become aware of / also pr. [zhi1 dao5]
  *知* | 知* | *知
to know / to be aware
well-known / famous
Zhihu, Chinese Q&A website modeled on Quora, at zhihu.com, launched in Jan 2011
key information / instructions / it must be borne in mind
intellectual property rights (law)
to inform
cognition / cognitive / understanding / perception / awareness / to be cognizant of / to recognize / to realize
evidently / clearly / no wonder / knowable
to find out / to know / to learn about
knowledge base
to know / to understand
OK! / Got it!
to notify at a different time / to notify later / to give prior notice
perception / awareness
God knows... / Who would have imagined...?
to know the facts / to understand / to be familiar with the situation
lit. who knows / who would have thought / unexpectedly / unpredictably
to know well / to be fully aware of
as everyone knows (idiom)
intimate friend / soul mate
to be well acquainted with
admission notice (delivered by a university)
unconsciously / unwittingly
technical knowledge
If I had known earlier...
to know oneself / to be intimate or close / intimate friend
intellectual / intelligentsia / learned person
not known to anyone / secret / unknown
notification / notice / ticket / receipt
Baidu Knows, online Q & A forum, zhidao.baidu.com
little imagined / scarcely realized
world famous
cicada (onom.)
to learn of (an event) / to hear about (sth)
Internet slang for 長知識|长知识
ignorant / ignorance
county head magistrate (old)
not knowing what to do (idiom); at one's wits' end / embarrassed and at a complete loss
educated youth (sent to work in farms during the Cultural Revolution)
unknown quantity
anxious to learn / keen for knowledge
to be fully aware of / to know perfectly well
to anticipate / to foresee
scientific knowledge
not knowing anything at all (idiom); completely ignorant / without an inkling
caring / intimate
content with one's situation / to know contentment (hence happiness)
perception / consciousness
desire for knowledge
rarely known to anyone (idiom); almost unknown / secret to all but a few
it is obvious that... / as one can well imagine...
innate sense of right and wrong / conscience / bosom friend
unknown / unable to find out
to know / to be informed of
known to everybody
Cheng Yaojin (589-665), aka 程知節|程知节, Chinese general of the Tang dynasty
know yourself, know your enemy (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War" 孫子兵法|孙子兵法)
to have a sense of shame
to study the underlying principle to acquire knowledge / abbr. for 格物致知 / word for Western natural sciences during late Qing
government sub-prefect (old)
preliminary notification / to announce in advance
informed consent
satisfied with what one has (idiom)
rational knowledge
prefectural magistrate (during Tang to Qing times)
lit. to know one and understand half (idiom); a smattering of knowledge / dilettante / amateur
to realize only then
background knowledge / prerequisite
Tao Xingzhi (1891-1946), Chinese educator and reformer
top secret / hush-hush
well known
to not know what sb is driving at / to be unintelligible
Aichi prefecture, central Japan
untiring / not recognizing tiredness
knowing oneself (idiom) / self-knowledge
cognitive psychology
to know nothing about the beginning, the middle or the end / to know nothing at all
to review the old and know the new (idiom, from the Analects) / to recall the past to understand the future
He Zhizhang (659-744), Tang dynasty poet
to know very little about
to sound out the difficulties and retreat to avoid defeat (idiom); fig. to back out of an awkward situation / to get out on finding out what it's really like
to acquire knowledge
to be totally oblivious (to sth) / to have no idea about sth
real knowledge
Aichi (prefecture in Japan)
gnosticism, the philosophical doctrine that everything about the universe is knowable
lit. the falling of one leaf heralds the coming of autumn (idiom) / fig. a small sign can indicate a great trend / a straw in the wind
to find out / to ascertain / to get an idea of
to get back on the right path / to mend one's ways
redbreast / robin

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