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to know / to recognize / to be familiar with / to get acquainted with sb / knowledge / understanding / awareness / cognition
HSK 1
knowledge / CL: 門|门 / intellectual
HSK 4
common sense / general knowledge / CL: 門|门
HSK 5
to distinguish / to discern / to identify / to recognize
HSK 6
experienced and knowledgeable (idiom)
HSK 6
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variant of 標誌|标志
consciousness / awareness / to be aware / to realize
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to know / knowledge / Taiwan pr. [shi4]
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to record / to write a footnote
common understanding / consensus
to gain first-hand knowledge of sth / to experience for oneself / knowledge / experience / insight
speech recognition
to get to know each other / acquaintance
identifier
to get to know sb / to meet sb for the first time
identification / to identify / to recognize
subconscious mind
ideology
general knowledge / overall knowledge / common knowledge / widely known / erudition
to learn to read
conscious
identifier
image classification (computer vision)
unconscious mind / subconscious mind / subconsciousness
to penetrate / to see through
to appreciate / to recognize the worth of sth / appreciation
déjà vu (the experience of seeing exactly the same situation a second time) / seemingly familiar / apparently already acquainted
erudition / scholarly knowledge
general education
self-awareness
background knowledge / prerequisite
courage and insight
to gain knowledge and experience
perceptual awareness
tactful / discreet
a person with knowledge and experience (idiom)
sensitive / tactful
cognition / rational knowledge
epistemology (in philosophy, the theory of how we know things)
consciousness
to be well acquainted with / to know well
to be total strangers (idiom)
radio-frequency identification (RFID)
fail to appreciate sb's kindness / not know how to appreciate favors
to lower oneself to sb's level / to argue with sb less well-informed
to have a clear view of things / to adapt to circumstances
illiterate
lit. don't fight, won't make friends (idiom); an exchange of blows may lead to friendship / no discord, no concord
knowledgeable / erudite / erudition / proficient
unable to tell good from bad (idiom) / undiscriminating
stream of consciousness (in literature)
to know
can't recognize Mt Taishan (idiom); fig. not to recognize a famous person
1992 Consensus, statement issued after 1992 talks between PRC and Taiwan representatives, asserting that there is only one China
visionary and sagacious (idiom)
World Intellectual Property Organization
former acquaintance / old friend
totally illiterate
Only an outstanding talent can recognize current trends (idiom). A wise man submits to circumstances.
to know what's what
lit. not to know the true face of Lushan Mountain (idiom) / fig. can't see the forest for the trees
lit. the eye cannot recognize the letter T (idiom); totally illiterate
intellectual circles / intelligentsia
ability and insight
an old horse knows the way (idiom); an experienced worker knows what to do / an old hand knows the ropes
to show no understanding of the times (idiom); cannot adapt to current circumstances / not amenable to reason
general course / general education course / core course / general curriculum / general education curriculum / core curriculum
handwriting recognition
rational knowledge
knowledge worker
to recognize talent
epistemology
optical character recognition, OCR
to identify / to detect
knowledge and experience
Cheng Bushi, Han dynasty general
short-sighted
superior judgment / sagacity
literacy rate
phonetic awareness
erudite / widely read and knowledgeable
It is a great honor to meet you.
a dog biting Lü Dongbin (idiom) / to ill reward a person's kindness
literate / a cultured person
to fail to see the larger issue (idiom) / to fail to grasp the big picture
illiterate / ignorant
understanding / to know what's up
public intellectual (sometimes used derogatorily)
lit. don't worry about not knowing goods, but about comparing them (proverb) / fig. goods' (or person's) true value can only be determined through comparison
knowledge and experience
ID badge (on a lanyard etc) (Tw)
lit. an old horse knows the way home (idiom); fig. in difficulty, trust an experience colleague
to see through a trick
data link connection identifier (DLCI)
to know shame / to feel shame (often with a negative, shameless)
an outstanding talent (idiom) / surpassing insight and acumen
anti-intellectual
knowledgeable and perspicacious (idiom)

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