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knowl|edge|a|ble
knowl|edge|a|ble «NOL ih juh buhl», adjective.
well-informed, especially about a particular subject: »

His maternal grandfather, knowledgeable on sheep and horses, had come from the New Forest (Manchester Guardian).

knowl´edge|a|ble|ness, noun.
knowl´edge|a|bly, adverb.

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  • knowl´edge|a|ble|ness — knowl|edge|a|ble «NOL ih juh buhl», adjective. well informed, especially about a particular subject: »His maternal grandfather, knowledgeable on sheep and horses, had come from the New Forest (Manchester Guardian). –knowl´edge|a|ble|ness, noun.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ac|knowl´edge|a|ble — ac|knowl|edge «ak NOL ihj», transitive verb, edged, edg|ing. 1. to admit to be true or to exist: »He acknowledges his own faults. SYNONYM(S): grant, concede, confess, avow, own. See syn. under admit. (Cf. ↑admit) 2. to recognize the autho …   Useful english dictionary

  • knowl´edge|a|bly — knowl|edge|a|ble «NOL ih juh buhl», adjective. well informed, especially about a particular subject: »His maternal grandfather, knowledgeable on sheep and horses, had come from the New Forest (Manchester Guardian). –knowl´edge|a|ble|ness, noun.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • knowl|edge|a|bil|i|ty — «NOL ih juh BIHL uh tee», noun. the quality of being knowledgeable; the possession of useful and thorough information about a particular subject: »This easy knowledgeability he never lacks for a reference, never loses his sense of perspective… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • ac|knowl|edge — «ak NOL ihj», transitive verb, edged, edg|ing. 1. to admit to be true or to exist: »He acknowledges his own faults. SYNONYM(S): grant, concede, confess, avow, own. See syn. under admit. (Cf. ↑admit) 2. to recognize the autho …   Useful english dictionary

  • ac|knowl|edge|ment — ac|knowl|edg|ment or ac|knowl|edge|ment «ak NOL ihj muhnt», noun. 1. something given or done to show that one has received a favor, service, gift, or message: »The supermarket s receipt was acknowledgment that the groceries had been paid for. The …   Useful english dictionary

  • fore|knowl|edge — «FR NOL ihj, FOHR ; fr NOL , fohr », noun. knowledge of a thing before it exists or happens; prescience: »This persistent foreknowledge, this queer ability to outguess my betters, began to have a vaguely dispiriting effect on me (New Yorker) …   Useful english dictionary