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known

 (nōn)
v.
Past participle of know.
adj.
Proved or generally recognized: the only known case; a known authority.
n.
Something that is known: In this instance, the only known is our actual profit margin.

known

(nəʊn)
vb
the past participle of know
adj
specified and identified: a known criminal.
n
a fact or entity known

known

(noʊn)

v.
1. pp. of know.
n.
2. a known quantity.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.known - apprehended with certainty; "a known quantity"; "the limits of the known world"; "a musician known throughout the world"; "a known criminal"
acknowledged - recognized or made known or admitted; "the acknowledged leader of the community"; "a woman of acknowledged accomplishments"; "his acknowledged error"
familiar - well known or easily recognized; "a familiar figure"; "familiar songs"; "familiar guests"
glorious - having or deserving or conferring glory; "a long and glorious career"; "our glorious literature"
unknown - not known; "an unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"

known

Translations
známý
kendt
tunnettu
znan
知られている
알려진
känd
เป็นที่รู้จัก
được biết

known

[nəʊn]
A. PP of know
B. ADJ
1. [+ person, fact] → conocido
he is known as Herculeses conocido por el nombre de Hércules
she wishes to be known as Jane Beattiequiere que se la conozca como Jane Beattie
he is known as a man of great charmtiene fama de tener mucho encanto
it soon became known thattardó poco en saberse que ...
to be known for sthser conocido por algo
he is best known for his fictionse le conoce sobre todo por sus obras de ficción
he let it be known thatdio a entender que ...
to make o.s. known to sbpresentarse a algn
they made it known that they did not intend to prosecutedieron a saber que no tenían intención de interponer una acción judicial
to make one's presence known to sbhacer saber a algn que se ha llegado
to make one's wishes knownhacer que se sepa lo que uno desea
he is known to be unreliabletiene fama de no ser una persona en la que se pueda confiar
the most dangerous snake known to manla serpiente más peligrosa de todas las conocidas por el hombre
it's well known thates bien sabido que ..., es de todos conocido que ...
see also know A3
2. (= acknowledged) → reconocido
a known expertun experto reconocido como tal
an internationally known expertun experto conocido en todo el mundo

known

[ˈnəʊn]
pp of know
adj
[fact] → connu(e)
medical advice given in defiance of all known facts → des conseils médicaux allant à l'encontre de tous les faits connus
no known
There's no known cure for a cold → Il n'y a aucun traitement connu contre le rhume.
[criminal] → notoire
He was a known criminal → C'était un criminel notoire.
to be known for sth [+ characteristic, achievement] → être connu pour qch
a plant known for its healing properties → une plante connue pour ses propriétés médicinales
to be best known for sth → être surtout connu pour qch
to be widely known → être très connu

known

ptp of know
adjbekannt; expert alsoanerkannt; it is a known fact that …es ist (allgemein) bekannt, dass …; known quantitybekannte Größe

known

[nəʊn]
1. pp of know
2. adj (thief, facts) → noto/a; (expert) → riconosciuto/a, famoso/a

known

مَشْهُورٌ známý kendt bekannt γνωστός conocido tunnettu connu znan noto 知られている 알려진 bekend kjent znany conhecido известный känd เป็นที่รู้จัก bilinen được biết 知名的
References in classic literature ?
It is one of her aristocratic tastes, and quite proper, for a real lady is always known by neat boots, gloves, and handkerchief," replied Meg, who had a good many little `aristocratic tastes' of her own.
And then, of course, he had known people, many people, known them in a peculiarly intimate way that was different from the way in which you and I know people.
Finally they reached the point now known as Cape Gracias-a-Dios, and when they let the anchor go, and found that in a short time it came to rest on the floor of the ocean, some one of the sailors--perhaps Columbus himself-- is said to have remarked:
During that burning day when we were crossing Iowa, our talk kept returning to a central figure, a Bohemian girl whom we had known long ago and whom both of us admired.
Of late, the neglected bed in the Temple Court had known him more scantily than ever; and often when he had thrown himself upon it no longer than a few minutes, he had got up again, and haunted that neighbourhood.
Ah, senor," here exclaimed the niece, "remember that all this you are saying about knights-errant is fable and fiction; and their histories, if indeed they were not burned, would deserve, each of them, to have a sambenito put on it, or some mark by which it might be known as infamous and a corrupter of good manners.
The person called the Count of Monte Cristo is an intimate acquaintance of Lord Wilmore, a rich foreigner, who is sometimes seen in Paris and who is there at this moment; he is also known to the Abbe Busoni, a Sicilian priest, of high repute in the East, where he has done much good.
I've known what it is in my life to repent and feel it's too late.
On the other hand, the house in the street of Consuls was a known out- post of Legitimacy.
There is a sort of domestic enjoyment to be known even in a crowd, and this you had.
It was only one line, and I have long known you never received it.
You certainly have less vanity than any man I've ever known," I said.