past tense - knew; verb
1) (to be aware of or to have been informed about: He knows everything; I know he is at home because his car is in the drive; He knows all about it; I know of no reason why you cannot go.) vedeti
2) (to have learned and to remember: He knows a lot of poetry.) poznati
3) (to be aware of the identity of; to be friendly with: I know Mrs Smith - she lives near me.) poznati
4) (to (be able to) recognize or identify: You would hardly know her now - she has become very thin; He knows a good car when he sees one.) prepoznati
- knowingly
- know-all
- know-how
- in the know
- know backwards
- know better
- know how to
- know the ropes
* * *
I [nóu]
vednost, znanje
colloquially to be in the know — vedeti (zaupne stvari), spoznati se
II [nóu]
transitive verb
vedeti, poznati, znati prepoznati; razpoznati, ločiti (from);
intransitive verb
vedeti (of za, o); spoznati se (about na)
to know one's bussiness — ali to know a thing or two about, to know all about it, to know what is what, to know the ropes — dobro se na kaj spoznati, vedeti vse o čem, biti izkušen v čem
to be known to — biti komu znan
to be known as — biti znan po čem
I know better than to — nisem tako neumen, da bi
to know by heart — znati na pamet
to know by sight — poznati na videz
to know one from the other — razločiti med dvema, razpoznati
to know a hawk from a handsaw — biti dovolj bister
don't know him from Adam — nimam pojma, kdo je
to get ( —ali come) to know — spoznati, zvedeti
to let s.o. know — sporočiti komu
to make known — razglasiti, oznaniti
to make o.s. known to — predstaviti se komu, seznaniti se s kom
to know one's own mind — vedeti, kaj hočeš, ne omahovati
not to know what to make of a thing — ne razumeti česa, ne znati si česa razložiti
not that I know — ne da bi vedel, kolikor je meni znano ne
to know one's place — vedeti, kje je komu mesto, ne riniti se naprej
to know one's way around — znajti se, spoznati se
to know which side one's bread is buttered — vedeti kdo ti reže kruh, vedeti, kaj ti koristi
to know from a bull's foot — znati razlikovati, znati ločiti
before you know where you are — hipoma, preden se zaveš
don't I know it! — pa še kako to vem!
he wouldn't know (that) — težko, da bi vedel, ne more vedeti
I would have you know that — rad bi ti povedal, da; rad bi ti pojasnil
I have never known him to lie — kolikor jaz vem, ni nikoli lagal
after I first knew him — potem ko sem ga spoznal
he has known better days — doživel je že boljše čase
I know of s.o. who — vem za nekoga, ki
colloquially not that I know of — ne da bi vedel
colloquially do ( —ali don't) you know? — ali ni res?

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.


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