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knowledge \ˈnɒl.ɪd͡ʒ\ (Royaume-Uni), \ˈnɑː.lɪd͡ʒ\ (États-Unis) singulier

  1. Connaissance, savoir.
    • You don't need any sci-fi or rocket science knowledge of Python (no prior knowledge of image processing, data processig, etc.) to dive into the ocean of Regular Expression. — (Abhishek Singh, Zohaib Hasan, Simplifying Regular Expression Using Python, autoédition, 2019)
    • After a brief, appalled glance at Lydia, Mrs Molesworth (Lil) sat down on a corner of the sofa and asked the doctor a question about the imminent agricultural show designed to exclude Lydia from the conversation, to reveal her close knowledge of this event and therefore to illustrate her important position in the local community. — (Alice Thomas Ellis, Unexplained Laughter, 2012)

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