Translation: from english

Common Body Knowledge

  • 1 housed in a common body

    • smešteno u zajedničko kućište; smešteno u zajedničkom kućištu

    English-Serbian dictionary > housed in a common body

  • 2 common sense knowledge

    • arkitieto
    • arkihavainto

    English-Finnish dictionary > common sense knowledge

  • 3 common sense knowledge

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > common sense knowledge

  • 4 common sense knowledge

    sagduyu bilgisi

    English to Turkish dictionary > common sense knowledge

  • 5 CBK

    1) Компьютерная техника: Common Body Knowledge
    2) Аэропорты: Colby, Kansas USA
    3) AMEX. Citizens First Financial Corporation (formerly Citizens Bank)

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > CBK

  • 6 knowledge

    knowledge know∙ledge noun knowledge (of / about sth) 1. [U, sing.] the information, understanding and skills that you gain through education or experience • 知识;学问;学识:
    »practical / medical / scientific knowledge
    实际/医学/科学知识
    »He has a wide knowledge of painting and music.
    他在绘画和音乐方面知识渊博。
    »There is a lack of knowledge about the tax system.
    大家对税制缺乏了解。
    2. [U] the state of knowing about a particular fact or situation • 知晓;知悉;了解:
    »She sent the letter without my knowledge.
    她背着我把信寄了出去。
    »The film was made with the Princeˈs full knowledge and approval.
    这部影片是在王子充分了解和认可的情况下拍摄的。
    »She was impatient in the knowledge that time was limited.
    她知道时间有限,所以很着急。
    »I went to sleep secure in the knowledge that I was not alone in the house.
    我知道当时不是只有我一人在房子里,就放心地睡觉了。
    »They could relax safe in the knowledge that they had the funding for the project.
    他们得知工程拨款已有着落时就感到踏实轻松了。
    »He denied all knowledge of the affair.
    他否认知道此事。
    【IDIOMS】 be common / public ˈknowledge • to be sth that everyone knows, especially in a particular community or group • 常识;众所周知 come to sbˈs ˈknowledge •(formal) to become known by sb • 被某人知道;被某人获悉:
    »It has come to our knowledge that you have been taking time off without permission.
    我们了解到你们时常未经允许就不上班。
    to your ˈknowledge • from the information you have, although you may not know everything • 据某人所知:
    »ˈAre they divorced?ˈ ˈNot to my knowledge.ˈ
    "他们离婚了吗?" "据我所知没有。"
    * * *
    ['nɔlidʒ]
    n. 知識, 學問, 認識, 知道, <古>學科

    English-Chinese dictionary > knowledge

  • 7 knowledge

    {'nɔlidʒ}
    1. знание (of), common/general KNOWLEDGE (все) общо достояние
    it is common KNOWLEDGE that общоизвестно е, всички знаят, че
    my KNOWLEDGE of him това, което зная за него
    to the best of my KNOWLEDGE, as far as my KNOWLEDGE goes доколкото ми е известно
    to my (certain) KNOWLEDGE знам (положително)
    not to my KNOWLEDGE доколкото знам, не
    with a full KNOWLEDGE of с пълно съзнание за
    it has come to my KNOWLEDGE that научих се, че
    to keep from the KNOWLEDGE of крия от
    I had no KNOWLEDGE of it не знаех това
    2. знание, знания, познания, ерудиция (of)
    to have a KNOWLEDGE of зная, владея (език и пр.), general KNOWLEDGE обща култура
    3. новина, съобщение, известие, вест (of)
    4. наука, познание
    * * *
    {'nъlij} n 1. знание (of), common/general knowledge (все)общо до
    * * *
    съзнание; осведоменост; ерудиция; знание; наука; новина;
    * * *
    1. i had no knowledge of it не знаех това 2. it has come to my knowledge that научих се, че 3. it is common knowledge that общоизвестно е, всички знаят, че 4. my knowledge of him това, което зная за него 5. not to my knowledge доколкото знам, не 6. to have a knowledge of зная, владея (език и пр.), general knowledge обща култура 7. to keep from the knowledge of крия от 8. to my (certain) knowledge знам (положително) 9. to the best of my knowledge, as far as my knowledge goes доколкото ми е известно 10. with a full knowledge of с пълно съзнание за 11. знание (of), common/general knowledge (все) общо достояние 12. знание, знания, познания, ерудиция (of) 13. наука, познание 14. новина, съобщение, известие, вест (of)
    * * *
    knowledge[´nɔlidʒ] n 1. знание (of); borrowed \knowledge заимствани знания (в кибернетиката); common ( general) \knowledge общо достояние; to the best of my \knowledge, as far as my \knowledge goes доколкото ми е известно; to my ( certain) \knowledge това го зная (положително); without my \knowledge без аз да зная; with a full \knowledge of пълно съзнание за; to get \knowledge of научавам (се за); it has come to my \knowledge that научих се, че; to bring to the \knowledge of довеждам до знанието на; to grow out of (s.o.'s) \knowledge позабравен съм от; to keep from the \knowledge of крия от; 2. знание, знания, познания, ерудиция (of); \knowledge of human nature познаване на хората; to have a \knowledge of владея (език и под.); to have a working \knowledge of имам известни познания по, разбирам нещо от, справям се с; general \knowledge обща култура; 3. новина, съобщение, известие, вест (of); 4. наука; carnal \knowledge юрид. полови сношения.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > knowledge

  • 8 общеизвестный

    прил. well-known, generally known;
    notorious;
    known to all общеизвестный факт ≈ notorious fact
    общеизвестн|ый - well-known, notorious, of common/public knowledge;
    ~ые факты well-known facts, generally known facts.

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > общеизвестный

  • 9 常识性知识

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 常识性知识

  • 10 common knowledge

    общеизвестно It is common knowledge that he has spent time in prison. ≈ Всем известно, что он сидел в тюрьме.

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > common knowledge

  • 11 It's common knowledge that ..

    Общая лексика: Всем известно, что... (It's common knowledge that he made his money selling drugs online, so for you to compare him to Mahatma Gandhi is slightly inappropriate.), Общеизвестно, что...

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > It's common knowledge that ..

  • 12 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) almindeligt kendt
    * * *
    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) almindeligt kendt

    English-Danish dictionary > common knowledge

  • 13 to be common knowledge that ...

    to be common knowledge that...
    ser notorio que..., todo el mundo sabe que...

    English-spanish dictionary > to be common knowledge that ...

  • 14 to be common knowledge

    ser de dominio público

    English-spanish dictionary > to be common knowledge

  • 15 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) dominio público

    English-spanish dictionary > common knowledge

  • 16 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) almenn vitneskja, á allra vitorði

    English-Icelandic dictionary > common knowledge

  • 17 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) köztudomású

    English-Hungarian dictionary > common knowledge

  • 18 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) conhecimento geral

    English-Portuguese dictionary > common knowledge

  • 19 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) bilinen gerçek

    English-Turkish dictionary > common knowledge

  • 20 common knowledge

    (something known to everyone or to most people: Surely you know that already - it's common knowledge.) splošno znano

    English-Slovenian dictionary > common knowledge

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