- knowledge knowl‧edge [ˈnɒlɪdʒ ǁ ˈnɑː-] noun [uncountable]facts, skills and understanding gained through learning or experience:
• Given its market knowledge, Price Waterhouse was able to provide a useful insight into each supplier.knowledge of
• Auditors' knowledge of their client company means they are well-placed to judge the likelihood of company survival.ˌtacit ˈknowledgeHUMAN RESOURCES the type of knowledge that you gain through personal experience of working in an organization, but that is not written down and is difficult to share:
• Tacit knowledge is hard to verbalize because it cannot be reduced to rules.
* * *knowledge UK US /ˈnɒlɪdʒ/ noun► skill in, understanding of, or information about something, which a person gets by experience or study: »
People working in stores need better product knowledge.»
business/scientific/technical knowledgedeny all/any knowledge of sth »
The chairman denies all knowledge of any foreign accounts.»
Applicants should have a working knowledge of computer-aided design systems.»
business/scientific/technical knowledge● to my knowledge — Cf. to my knowledge
Financial and business terms. 2012.