Pronunciation of Know
/nˈə͡ʊ/, /nˈə‍ʊ/, /n_ˈəʊ/

Antonyms for know:

ignore, misunderstand, misinterpret.

Synonyms for know:

Sense 1

disentangle, bring together, know from, get it, dawn on, stay over, tune in, tap into, deduce, ken, tumble to, hang around with, figure out, socialize, have something on one, wake up to, swear to, unravel, fraternize, latch on, cotton on, run around with, hobnob, sleep over.

Sense 2

extrapolate, know of, see through, associate with, relate to, intermingle, mingle, get with, unscramble, digest, imbibe.

Sense 3

believe in, hear, fathom, consort, seize, tell, discriminate, prove, apprehend, circulate, differentiate, hear of, knock around.

Sense 4

hang, score, have on, connect, plumb, work out, come around, possess, depend on, suffer.

Sense 5

certain, keep up, go around, taste.

Sense 6

find, mix, follow.

Sense 9


Sense 10


Sense 11







taste, feel.



Other synonyms and related words:

catch on, enjoy, cotton on, hump, retire, appreciate, tell, cut, neck, grapple, associate with, realize, contend, jazz, experience, accredit, hunch over, write out, go through, tumble to, get by, receipt, acknowledge, have, possess, bed, manage, exist, deduce, twig, meet, decipher, find, consort, taste, spot, socialize, comprehend, whap, hear of, decode, greet, issue, cheat, fill out, seize, certain, cognise, circulate, love, follow, jockey, notice, receive, mingle, get it on, bonk, see through, sock, imbibe, populate, chouse, suffer, bang, subsist, identify, make, have it away, last, eff, realise, fare, whop, conceive, learn, lie with, GROK, DO, differentiate, live, agnize, chicane, intuit, fathom, bash, shaft, hunch, get along, make out, apprehend, undergo, admit, distinguish, separate, cognize, figure out, discriminate, have it off, tell apart, prove, endure, unscramble, know of, digest, get, mix, spang, hear, go, agnise, come, make love, have a go at it, inhabit, do it, roll in the hay, be, deal, survive, assimilate, fraternize, feel, ken, plumb, get laid, see, live on, recognise, sleep with, hold up, cope, sustain, bop, make do, dwell, complete, hunch forward, be intimate, hold out, slam.

Sense 1 (noun)

ken, appreciate.

Sense 2 (noun)


Sense 3 (noun)


Sense 4 (noun)

work out, deduce.

Sense 5 (noun)

fathom, socialize, mix, associate with, go around, hang around with, circulate.

Sense 6 (noun)

depend on, believe in, suffer, meet, prove, swear to, taste, undergo.

Sense 9 (noun)

discriminate, possess, have on, tell, separate, know of, differentiate.

know (noun)

bed, lie with, live, jazz, have it off, cognize, cognise, get it on, hump, recognize, eff, do it, bonk, make love, have it away, experience, have sex, bang, love, have a go at it, recognise, be intimate, sleep with, acknowledge, get laid, have intercourse, make out.

be familiar with (verb)

identify, sustain, feel, taste, fraternize.

know (verb)

comprehend, recognize, perceive, understand, grasp, discern.

understand information (verb)

cognize, experience, notice, see, apprehend, differentiate, discern, learn, ken, have, realize, grasp, fathom, distinguish, recognize, appreciate, comprehend, discriminate, undergo, perceive.

Usage examples for know:

  • " And so," he said, " I know why there is war!" - "Somewhere in France", Richard Harding Davis.
  • " I don't know," said Ormsgill. - "Long Odds", Harold Bindloss.
  • I know it, Mildred. - "Without a Home", E. P. Roe.

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