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What is the verb of knowledge?
Last Updated: 1st March, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, what is the noun of knowledge?
l?d?/1[uncountable,singular] the information, understanding, and skillsthat you gainthrough education or experiencepractical/medical/scientificknowledge knowledge of/aboutsomething He has a wideknowledge of painting and music.There is a lack ofknowledge about the taxsystem.
Subsequently, question is, is knowledge an abstract noun? If something is abstract, it can exist inpeople'sminds but is not concrete. This means that it's nottangible. Anabstract noun refers to a noun (person,place, thing,or idea) that is not concrete.
Beside above, what is the adjective of knowledge?
adjective. possessing orexhibitingknowledge, insight, or understanding;intelligent;well-informed; discerning; perceptive.
Can thought be a verb?
verb (used without object), thought,think.ing. to consider something as a possible action, choice,etc.: Shethought about cutting her hair. to invent orconceive ofsomething: We thought of a newplan.