learn, learning; know, knowledge

(going from learning to knowing equals knowledge)

learning curve (s) (noun), learning curves (pl)
The rate at which a person mentally acquires new knowledge or the skills developed during a training program: This subject in physics has a steep learning curve and there are many other learning curves that will need to be overcome.
learning disability (s) (noun), learning disabilities (pl)
Certain kinds of mental conditions that make the understanding of certain kinds of information very difficult to acquire: Pupils with learning disabilities often need special teaching techniques or classes so they can have greater success with their educational experiences.
nose, nose, knows, noes
nose (NOHZ) (noun)
1. The part of the human face or the forward part of the head of other vertebrates that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract: The nose is capable of perceiving a variety of odors.
2. The front end of something: The nose of the rocket was painted black and white.
nose (NOHZ) (verb)
To discover, to look around, to inquire: The private agent decided to nose around in the library, looking for facts about his client.
knows (NOHZ) (verb)
Used in the third person singular, to perceive directly; to grasp in the mind with clarity or certainty: Gerald knows very well that he should not be acting like that.
noes (NOHZ) (noun)
Negative responses; denials or refusals; negative votes: The majority of the people stressed their noes for the proposal.

The woman's nose makes sure that she knows when she should consider the safety noes about certain potentially dangerous odors.

A nose is a feature that lies in the middle of the face because it's the scenter.

A negativist is what a man is when he noes or no's a lot.

—Evan Esar

Cyrano's proboscis is wise because his nose knows and there shouldn't be any noes about it.

Quotes: Knowledge
The more we know, the more we know that we don't know: knowledge quotes.
realize, know
realize (REE uh lighz") (verb)
1. To accomplish: Clarice started to realize her dream of being a pilot by taking flying lessons on the weekend.
2. To cause or to appear to be in existence: Angelia was able to realize her characters in her book through careful descriptions.
3. To be completely aware of a situation: Joseph seemed to realize the danger he was facing by choosing to cross the desert by night.
know (NOH) (verb)
1. To have direct knowledge about a certain matter: Jonie will know for a fact that her examination is next week when she sees the class schedule.
2. To be convinced or aware of the truth about something: After reading the budget report, Jim feels that he will know what the real situation is at the company.
3. To have a straightforward, practical understanding of a problem at hand: Frieda will know how to bake bread as soon as she tries her mother's recipe.

Shanna, do you realize that we know just about nothing when it comes to international finances?

tacit knowledge (s) (noun), tacit knowledges (pl)
A reference to having acquired facts about matters that is only available to a certain individual and which is very difficult to share with other people: The scientist's tacit knowledge was difficult to share with his friends, even when he wrote it out or was trying to verbally explain what kind of research he was working on.

Gabrielle has tacit knowledge about data that is understood only by her; so, it is too much trouble for her to attempt to communicate such information to other people with words or symbols.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "know, knowledge; learn, learning": cogni-; discip-; gno-; histor-; intellect-; math-; sap-; sci-; sopho-.