(knew, known) знать

How do you know? — Откуда вы знаете?

How should I know? — Откуда мне знать?

As far as I know. — Насколько мне известно.

Let me know. — Дайте мне знать.

For all I know! — Откуда мне знать! / Кто его знает!

To know all the answers. — На все иметь готовый ответ.

To know which side one's bread is buttered on. — Быть себе на уме. /Своего не упустить.

We know not what is good until we have lost it. — Что имеем - не храним, потерявши плачем.

He knows most who speaks least. — Меньше говори, больше слушай.

A man is known by his friends. — Скажи мне, кто твой друг, и я скажу, кто ты.

Necessity knows no law. — Нужда свой закон пишет.

Not to know chalk from cheese. — Не знать, что к чему.

To know chalk from cheese. — Знать, что к чему.

To know a thing or two. — Кое в чем разбираться.

To know smth like the back of one`s hand. — Знать что-либо, как свои пять пальцев.

You never know what you can do till you try. — Дело делу учит. /Не прыгнув в воду, не узнаешь броду.

- know smb, smth
- know smb's habits
- know beforehand
- know smth by heart
- know better than that
- know why
(1.) Глагол to know относится к группе глаголов умственного восприятия, которые не употребляются в форме Continuous всех временных групп. К этой группе глаголов, кроме глагола to know, относятся глаголы to believe, to depend, to forget, to imagine, to mean, to realize, to remain, to remember, to think, to suppose, to understand. (2.) Русское выражение "узнать кого-либо поближе" передается сочетанием to get to know smb better. В остальных случаях русское "узнать что-либо" передается глаголами to learn, to find out, оборотом to get to know (а не глаголом to know) (3.) Русское "узнать" в значении "восстановить в памяти" передается английским to recognize (smb, smth): you have changed a lot. I could hardly recognize you вы сильно изменились, я Вас с трудом узнал. (4.) See learn, v

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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