well-acquainted


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well-acquainted

adj (well acquainted when postpositive)
having a good knowledge or understanding of someone or something: well acquainted with Milton.
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O'Rourke and Moody are well-acquainted through El Paso politics.
Ryan is well-acquainted with key enterprises in the Philippines and understands the specific challenges faced by these organizations," said Zook.
Le Clezio is well-acquainted with Korea as a frequent visitor to the country since his first visit in 2001.
Well-acquainted with the local market and culture, they will help you formulate strategies which shall work well for your business.
Learn Your History: If you are not well-acquainted with your familys medical history, resolve to learn it.
For the last 9 months I've become well-acquainted with regret, gloom, shame, remorse, hate, rage, fear and DEPRESSION
Summary: New Delhi [India], September 21 (ANI): People of the Northeast region are well-known for their versatility and for being well-acquainted with art, fashion and music.
During Sandviks 70 year history in South Africa, we have become well-acquainted with the challenges facing its mining industry and understands the important role that private investment and local manufacturing can play in extending mine life, skills development and employment.
Her father was well-acquainted with the owner of the emporium and, to punish his spoilt, spendthrift daughter, he arranged for her to work at the store for a month to teach her the value of the work ethic.
His hectic schedule of regular visits to the country allows him to get well-acquainted with the Philippine setting and culture.
According to him, it is good that the new EU representative to Macedonia is a person well-acquainted with the mentality of the Balkan population.