Traductions & exemples
1. "from experience"
to know of
expand_more Vouloir connaître l'autre c'est aussi et d'abord entreprendre de se connaître soi-même.
- « Connaître son client » règle appliquée dans les institutions intermédiaires.
Si l'on veut connaître la dhimmitude, l'on doit aussi connaître le djihad.
2. "from information"
to know of
avoir entendu parler de [ex.]
avoir entendu parler de
Exemples d'usage pour « to know of » en français
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EnglishWe all know that President Omar Bongo is the most senior of the African leaders.
EnglishWe are happy to know by faith, the triumph of the Blessed Virgin Mary in heaven.
EnglishWe do know that this is a growing problem and has been a problem for some time.
EnglishWell we know that they are coming for the most part from the federal government.
EnglishThe people of Timor-Leste know only too well the significance of a dictatorship.
EnglishThey also know that Canada is prepared to participate to the extent that it can.
EnglishI would like to know exactly what is meant by "the clear will of Quebecers."
EnglishI did not know him well, but I knew him to be honest, respected and straight up.
EnglishI know that Senator Gill was slightly frustrated by the slow pace of things here.
EnglishAs you know, we had proposed to the Council that the social clause be extended.
EnglishIt has neither the know-how nor the boats nor the fleet to fish its own waters.
EnglishI believe that the previous speaker does not know the story of the Maginot Line.
EnglishYoung people and children in my country currently do not know where they stand.
EnglishBut, in the final analysis, as we all know, what we need is the political will.
EnglishWe know that there are different views within the Council with regard to the ICC.
EnglishAs members know, four situations have been referred to the Court's Prosecutor.
EnglishThe Commission has also made reference to the right to know or right to the truth.
EnglishIt was through this window that the general public got to know the United Nations.
EnglishIt is not enough that our experts know their way through the technical jungle.
EnglishWe know that there is a considerable shortfall of funds in the railway sector.
Traductions similaires pour « to know of » en français
to take care of verbe
on behalf of préposition
avoidance of substantif
to get hold of
to get hold of verbe
to get rid of verbe
to take advantage of verbe