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acquaintance knowledge of something that comes from personal experience. [1/2 definitions]
basic (often plural) the basic knowledge or skills required to do something. [1/3 definitions]
crude not having skill, intelligence, or knowledge of how to act appropriately. [1/3 definitions]
domain an area of knowledge, interest, or activity. [1/2 definitions]
educate to provide knowledge, training, and guidance to.
education the knowledge a person gets through learning. [1/2 definitions]
educational giving knowledge or skill. [1/2 definitions]
engineering the study and practice of using scientific and mathematical knowledge to do practical things. Knowledge of engineering is needed to design and build roads, bridges, tools, and machines.
enlighten to give information or knowledge to.
experience the knowledge or wisdom that one gets from practice, activity, or observation. [1/5 definitions]
expert having a great deal of skill or knowledge. [2/3 definitions]
expertise expert knowledge or skill.
familiar having some knowledge of. [1/3 definitions]
geology the study of the physical structure of the earth and how it has changed over time. Geologists gain this knowledge by studying rocks. Some geologists study other planets. [1/2 definitions]
hidden placed out of sight; kept from view or from knowledge.
high-tech involving equipment or techniques that come from applying the newest knowledge, especially in the areas of computers and science. [1/2 definitions]
history the field of knowledge that is concerned with past events. [1/4 definitions]
horizon the outer limit of vision or knowledge. [1/2 definitions]
hush to keep from public knowledge (often followed by "up"). [1/5 definitions]
ignorant without knowledge or education. [1/2 definitions]
illuminate to give knowledge to; enlighten. [1/4 definitions]