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Lawyers should possess detailed knowledge of certain aspects of the law.
Candidates for the job must have a working knowledge of at least one European language.
We had no knowledge of the incident.
Daniels has denied all knowledge of the events.
The staff had no knowledge that the company was in trouble.
I say this in the knowledge that nothing will be done.
This is the American English definition of knowledge. View British English definition of knowledge.
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