Knowledge

Knowledge,

Definition of Knowledge:

  1. Facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.

  2. Law: Awareness or understanding of a circumstance or fact, gained through association or experience.

  3. Awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation.

  4. General: Human faculty resulting from interpreted information; understanding that germinates from combination of data, information, experience, and individual interpretation. Variously defined as, Things that are held to be true in a given context and that drive us to action if there were no impediments (Andre Boudreau). Capacity to act (Karl Sweiby). Justified true belief that increases an entitys capacity for effective action (Nonaka and Takeuchi). The perception of the agreement or disagreement of two ideas (John Locke). In an organizational context, knowledge is the sum of what is known and resides in the intelligence and the competence of people. In recent years, knowledge has come to be recognized as a factor of production (see knowledge capital) in its own right, and distinct from labor.

Synonyms of Knowledge

IQ, Account, Acquaintance, Adeptness, Advice, Announcement, Appreciation, Apprehension, Awareness, Blue book, Briefing, Broadening the mind, Bulletin, Caliber, Capacity, Cognition, Communication, Communique, Comprehension, Conception, Consciousness, Data, Datum, Deductive power, Directory, Discernment, Dispatch, Education, Enlightenment, Erudition, Esemplastic power, Evidence, Experience, Expertise, Facts, Factual information, Familiarity, Familiarization, Gen, General information, Grasp, Guidebook, Handout, Hard information, Ideation, Incidental information, Info, Information, Insight, Instruction, Integrative power, Intellect, Intellectual acquirement, Intellectual grasp, Intellectual power, Intellectualism, Intellectuality, Intelligence, Intelligence quotient, Knowing, Learning, Light, Lore, Mastery of skills, Memorization, Mental age, Mental capacity, Mental cultivation, Mental culture, Mental grasp, Mental ratio, Mentality, Mention, Message, Mother wit, Native wit, News, Notice, Notification, Power of mind, Presentation, Proficiency, Promotional material, Proof, Publication, Publicity, Rationality, Reasoning power, Release, Report, Sanity, Scholarship, Schooling, Science, Scope of mind, Self-instruction, Sense, Sidelight, Statement, Storing the mind, The dope, The goods, The know, The scoop, Thinking power, Transmission, Understanding, White book, White paper, Wisdom, Wit, Word, Awareness, Consciousness, Realization, Recognition, Cognition, Apprehension, Perception, Appreciation, Understanding, Comprehension, Grasp, Grip, Command, Mastery, Apprehension

How to use Knowledge in a sentence?

  1. The more knowledge you have about your product and your customers the better chance of success you will have long term.
  2. A thirst for knowledge.
  3. The student thought he had more knowledge than the professor on the topic, so he decided to debate him in front of the class.
  4. The program had been developed without his knowledge.
  5. The development and utilization of both the individual and collective knowledge of an organization and its members should be an ongoing program for any new executive.

Meaning of Knowledge & Knowledge Definition