conhecimento


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Traduções principais
PortuguêsInglês
conhecimento smknowledge, understanding nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
  (de carga)bill of lading nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
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Traduções principais
InglêsPortuguês
knowledge n (of a fact) (de um fato)conhecimento sm
 She kept her knowledge of the love affair a secret from her husband.
 Ela manteve como segredo do seu marido o conhecimento do caso de amor.
cognizance n (awareness) (consciência)conhecimento, discernimento sm
  cognição sf
 Dale has no cognizance of the gravity of his situation.
waybill n (document: shipment details) (documento de mercadorias embarcadas)guia sf
  (documento de embarque)conhecimento sm
 The waybill contains statements regarding the weight and packing of the goods.
knowledge n (understanding) (entendimento)conhecimento sm
 The psychologist had a deep knowledge of human nature.
 O psicólogo tinha um conhecimento profundo sobre a natureza humana.
cognizance n (extent of understanding)conhecimento, entendimento sm
 My cognizance doesn't extend to that area.
understanding n (knowledge)conhecimento sm
 Most people's understanding of other countries is limited.
 O conhecimento da maioria das pessoas sobre outros países é limitado.
penetration n figurative (insight) (figurativo)penetração sf
  compreensão sf
  conhecimento sm
 The student's quick penetration of computer science was impressive to his professors.
 
Traduções complementares
InglêsPortuguês
knowledge n (information) (informação)conhecimento sm
  dados sm pl
 This book has a lot of knowledge in it. You should study it thoroughly.
knowledge n (book knowledge) (erudição)conhecimento sm
 He has a lot of knowledge about the subject, but little practical experience.
knowledge n (familiarity) (familiaridade)conhecimento sm
 Nobody had better knowledge of the area roads than he did.
knowledge n (body of fact) (conjunto de dados)conhecimento sm
  informação sf
 We have much more knowledge about sleep disorders today than ever before.
awareness n (knowledge)conhecimento sm
 Her awareness of accounting rules made her a great accountant.
insight n (knowledge, understanding)conhecimento sm
 Do you have any insight into the company's direction?
equipment n figurative (ability, knowledge)preparo sm
  conhecimento sm
 I have the equipment to be the best in my field of work.
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Formas compostas:
InglêsPortuguês
acquisition of knowledge n (learning) (aprendizagem)aquisição de conhecimento loc sf
bill of lading n (shipment list)conhecimento de embarque sm
  (transporte marítimo)conhecimento de carga sm
 The bill of lading listed all the contents of the shipment.
body of knowledge n (everything known about a topic)acúmulo de conhecimento
 The geologist made a discovery that significantly contributed to the body of human knowledge.
book knowledge n (theory) (teoria)conhecimento acadêmico loc sm
cognitive understanding n (empirical and intellectual interpretation)conhecimento cognitivo loc sm
come to the attention of [sb],
come to [sb]'s attention
v expr
(be noticed)chegar ao conhecimento expres
  chamar a atenção expres
 It has come to the attention of management that many employees are using the computers to play games.
common knowledge n ([sth] that most people know)conhecimento geral loc sm
 It was common knowledge among the staff that Bill had a drinking problem. Though Galileo was persecuted for saying this in the 17th century, it is now common knowledge that the earth orbits around the sun.
commonly known adj (fact: known by most people) (fato: bem conhecido)de conhecimento geral loc adj
 It's commonly known that babies cry when they are hungry.
commonly known adj (person: familiar to most people) (pessoa: bem conhecida)de conhecimento geral loc adj
  famosa adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
 Major actors and politicians are commonly known figures.
differential knowledge n (differing experience of [sth])conhecimento diferencial loc sm
encyclopedic knowledge of [sth] (US),
encyclopaedic knowledge of [sth] (UK)
n
(extensive or comprehensive knowledge)conhecimento enciclopédico loc sm
 The children were impressed by their grandfather's encyclopedic knowledge of aircraft.
have knowledge of vtr (be experienced in) (saber, conhecer)ter conhecimento de loc vt
 I have knowledge of many programming languages, gained through a lifetime of working in Information Technology.
hear of [sth] vtr phrasal insep (be told about [sth])ouvir falar de, ter conhecimento de loc vt + prep
 If I hear of any jobs opening up I will let you know.
hear talk of [sth] v (hear [sth] mentioned)ouvir falar de loc vt
  ter conhecimento de loc vt
  saber vt
 We hear talk that he keeps a mistress in Brooklyn.
intuitive knowledge n (innate grasp or understanding)conhecimento intuitivo
 Some women appear to have an intuitive knowledge of how to care for a newborn child. She is very good with animals and seems to have an intuitive knowledge of their needs.
know a thing or two v expr informal (be experienced in [sth](informal)ter conhecimento
 After 20 years on the job, he knows a thing or two about construction.
learn of [sth] vi + prep (hear about)tomar conhecimento
 When did you first learn of her death?
practical knowledge n (information that can be applied) (informações que podem ser aplicadas)conhecimento prático loc sm
 I have some practical knowledge of physics but couldn't begin to explain quantum theory. Those fishermen have a lot of practical knowledge when it comes to fixing their boats.
profound knowledge n (in-depth familiarity with [sth](familiaridade profunda sobre algo)conhecimento profundo loc sm
 He had a profound knowledge of astronomy.
a smattering of [sth] n (minimal knowledge of [sth])conhecimento limitado sm
 I speak fluent Greek and have a smattering of Portuguese.
subject area n (field of study or knowledge) (campo de estudo ou área de conhecimento)campo de estudo sm
  área de conhecimento sf
take cognizance of vtr formal (note, acknowledge) (formal: nota, conhecimento)ter ciência de vt
  tomar conhecimento de vt
 Taking cognizance of her circumstances, the judge was inclined to be lenient.
take note of [sth] v expr (pay attention to) (prestar atenção)tomar nota de, tomar conhecimento de expres
  observar, anotar vt
 Take note of the deadlines for handing in homework.
technical knowledge n (practical and specialist skills) (qualificações práticas e especiais)conhecimento técnico loc sm
 I'm afraid I don't have the technical knowledge to fix your laptop.
thirst for knowledge n figurative (intense desire to learn) (desejo intenso por aprender)sede de conhecimento loc sf
 Jim had a genuine thirst for knowledge.
trivia n (general knowledge)conhecimento geral loc sm
 I honestly don't know where she picks up all this trivia.
unbeknown to [sb],
unbeknownst
adj + prep
(without [sb]'s knowledge)sem o conhecimento loc adv
 Unbeknown to his colleagues, Jake had decided to resign from his job.
understand vtr (limit of knowledge) (ficar sabendo)ouvir, saber vt
  tomar conhecimento loc vt
 I understand that you hate her. Is this true?
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