Definition of knowledgeable in English:


Syllabification: knowl·edge·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈnäləjəb(ə)l
(also knowledgable)


Intelligent and well informed: she is very knowledgeable about livestock and pedigrees
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  • What this goes to show is how very little most people, even intelligent and knowledgable people, know about language.
  • If you need help with your resumé we have friendly knowledgeable staff available to assist.
  • All in all, this was a meal to savour, and one delivered by efficient and knowledgeable waiting staff.
acquainted with, familiar with, (well) versed in, conversant with, au courant with, au fait with;
having a knowledge of, up on, up to date with, up to speed on, abreast of, plugged in to, (well) grounded in



Pronunciation: /ˌnälijəˈbilitē/
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  • This attitude is no longer relevant in a world in which knowledgeability, quality and design are pivotal to success or failure.
  • What matters most and where institutions are performing best is in the quality of instruction and in faculty knowledgeability.
  • Not to hold myself up as some paragon of knowledgeability, but over the past 40 years I have used virtually every major camera on the market, and during the past 15 years have tested literally scores of them for print and online reviews.


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  • Harry retained his love for and knowledge of music, particularly opera, into his latter years and could discourse knowledgeably on great musical works and famous singers of the 20th century.
  • It's one thing to be able to carry on a simple conversation with a limited vocabulary, and quite another to talk and express oneself knowledgeably in the language.
  • He also wrote knowledgeably about New York, Philadelphia and Hollywood.

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