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knowledge / CL: 門|门 / intellectual
HSK 4
to notify / to inform / notice / notification / CL: 個|个
HSK 4
key information / instructions / it must be borne in mind
HSK 6
perception / consciousness
HSK 6
satisfied with what one has (idiom)
HSK 6
ignorant / ignorance
HSK 6
to know / to become aware of / also pr. [zhi1 dao5]
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to know / to be aware
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to inform
unknown
to find out / to learn of
well-known / famous
cognition / cognitive / understanding / perception / awareness / to be cognizant of / to recognize / to realize
not to know / unaware / unknowingly / fig. not to admit (defeat, hardships, tiredness etc)
to know / to understand
known (to science)
to know the facts / to understand / to be familiar with the situation
unconsciously / unwittingly
evidently / clearly / no wonder / knowable
as everyone knows (idiom)
to be fully aware of / to know perfectly well
well known
it is obvious that... / as one can well imagine...
to notify at a different time / to notify later / to give prior notice
not knowing what to do (idiom); at one's wits' end / embarrassed and at a complete loss
perception / awareness
to know well / to be fully aware of
who would have thought / unexpectedly
prophet
caring / intimate
unknown / unable to find out
notification / notice / ticket / receipt
little imagined / scarcely realized
content with one's situation / to know contentment (hence happiness)
not known to anyone / secret / unknown
anxious to learn / keen for knowledge
cicada (onom.)
educated youth (sent to work in farms during the Cultural Revolution), abbr. for 知識青年|知识青年
to anticipate / to foresee
not knowing anything at all (idiom); completely ignorant / without an inkling
intimate friend / soul mate
county head magistrate (old)
knowing oneself (idiom) / self-knowledge
to be well acquainted with
to know / to be informed of
rarely known to anyone (idiom); almost unknown / secret to all but a few
desire for knowledge
to learn of (an event) / to hear about (sth)
If I had known earlier...
know yourself and know your enemy, and you will never be defeated (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War" 孫子兵法|孙子兵法)
to act recklessly (idiom)
to know oneself / to be intimate or close / intimate friend
prefectural magistrate (during Tang to Qing times)
real knowledge
know yourself, know your enemy (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War" 孫子兵法|孙子兵法)
Tao Xingzhi (1891-1946), Chinese educator and reformer
unable to differentiate good from bad (idiom) / not to know what's good for one / unable to recognize others' good intentions
to not know what sb is driving at / to be unintelligible
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
whereabouts unknown / gone missing
to inform / to tell / to notify / notification
Aichi prefecture, central Japan
knowing the enemy and yourself will get you unscathed through a hundred battles (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War")
not hiding anything he knows, not stopping before he has said it through (idiom) / frank / outspoken
deliberate violation (idiom); intentional crime
nonsense / nonsensical / incomprehensible / to make no sense
lit. not knowing what's important (idiom); no appreciation of the gravity of things / naive / doesn't know who's who / no sense of priorities
He Zhizhang (659-744), Tang dynasty poet
known to everyone
known by everyone (idiom); well known / a household name
to act tactfully / tactful / discreet
senseless
to have no sense of shame
predictable / sth one can predict without being a clairvoyant
senior provincial government official in dynastic China
to know just a little; to have a rough idea
penetrating insight
omniscient and omnipotent
gnosticism, the philosophical doctrine that everything about the universe is knowable
educated and well-balanced (idiom)
the person who drinks it knows best whether the water is hot or cold (Zen proverb); self-awareness comes from within / to know best by personal experience
to learn is to know one's ignorance (the Book of Rites 禮記|礼记)
to know the enemy and know oneself (idiom, from Sunzi's "The Art of War")
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 get back on the right path / to mend one's ways
old acquaintance / former friend
foresight / having foresight / person of foresight
a close friend over many years
to know the law and break it (idiom); consciously going against the rules
omniscient
to infer
to study the underlying principle to acquire knowledge (idiom); pursuing knowledge to the end
intimate friend
government sub-prefect (old)
to examine tiny clues to know general trends (idiom) / to deduce the whole story from small traces
lit. the kindness of recognizing sb's worth and employing him (idiom) / patronage / protection
redbreast / robin

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