Knew

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knew how   (nasıl olduğunu biliyordu)

Not many Japanese, maybe none, knew how to do that.

By the time I grew up, I knew how to record."

Lobanovskyi saw the problems and knew how to solve them.

knew what   (ne biliyordu)

The Emperor knew what he wanted people to believe.

You never knew what ball was under that shell.

They knew what would happen if the slaves were not freed.

never knew   (hiç bilmiyordum)

Vauck never knew if the operation was successful.

As a result, Queen never knew her biological father.

You never knew what ball was under that shell.

knew nothing   (hiçbir şey bilmiyordu)

staff said they knew nothing about the top level decision.

Conde said he knew nothing about the bribe and denied any wrongdoing.

The police concluded that she was deranged and knew nothing of the murder.

already knew   (zaten biliyordum)

It appears that Gauss already knew the class number formula in 1801.

The crowds to whom Muhammad spoke likely already knew the story of David.

She stated that "God kept me there because God already knew what would happen."

knew each   (her birini biliyordu)

Jefferson and Johnston knew each other as neighbors and traded goods often.

Though they were not close friends, they knew each other during their school years.

Fukase and Saori knew each other since kindergarten and met Nakajin in primary school.

knew each other   (birbirini tanıyor)

Jefferson and Johnston knew each other as neighbors and traded goods often.

Though they were not close friends, they knew each other during their school years.

Fukase and Saori knew each other since kindergarten and met Nakajin in primary school.

because he knew   (çünkü biliyordu)

Miles is now trying to help Jai because he knew he was going through a tough time living in a refuge.

Despite his young age, Zhong Lin continued to serve Dong Hua is because he knew Dong Hua's heart best.

Nevertheless, Raoul voluntarily left the kingdom and settled in Tripoli, because he knew that he had lost Aimery's goodwill.

knew all

Everyone loved it and everyone knew all the words."

Mustafa knew all three men.

I knew all statistics of him, height, weight, etc., even the color of his eyes.

knew little   (az biliyordu)

Nirenska knew little of Karski's war-time work.

The priest knew little about the terrain so he asked a native the name of the place.

However, at this point in Alexander's career, he still knew little about being a general.

people who knew

She was fondly called "Mother Fuller" or "Aunt Maude" by people who knew her.

Some people who knew the group did not know that it was composed by Brazilians.

He grew up with blue-collar people who knew what it was like to work for a living.

always knew

He always knew that his great talent was as an editor."

I always knew this was what I wanted to do.

I never considered giving up; I always knew that I'd be back."

whom he knew

In 1821, Claus married Ernestine Bate whom he knew since his youth.

In 1948, Mohn married Magdalene Raßfeld, whom he knew from his schooldays.

In 2017, he went to an acoustic gig by Jamie T, whom he knew for many years.

no one knew

Trump added, "Growing up no one knew him", a claim ranked Pants-on-Fire by Politifact.

Moreover, no one knew enough about the human immune system to understand why vaccination worked.

As Bjarne Stroustrup notes, "one problem with Algol60 was that no one knew how to implement it."

only knew   (sadece biliyordu)

People of Wallachia only knew "voievod" (prince) Vlad III as Vlad Țepeș (the Impaler).

She replied: ""If you only knew what pains I've got in my throat and stomach and abdomen—it's choking me.""

Although Clapton's grandparents eventually told him the truth about his parentage, he only knew that his father's name was Edward Fryer.

people knew

The Kulin people knew Canopus as "Lo-an-tuka".

At that time, very few people knew anything about hydrogen bomb design.

According to Hirsch and McBeth, "people knew who he was but not what he did".

ever knew   (hiç biliyordum)

His was the noblest soul I ever knew.

He wrote, in part, "He was one of the most intellectual men I ever knew.

that Roussimoff was one of the gentlest and most generous people he ever knew.

knew no

"The President's indignation knew no bounds.

Clay was not fooled, since he knew no reinforcements were coming.

However, Clay knew no reinforcements were coming, and the ruse failed.

knew well   (iyi biliyordu)

The other was that Taft recommended Butt, whom he knew well from their time together overseas.

The novel is set in Rome and in the village of Filettino high in the Apennines, a region Crawford knew well.

He was quieter and more reserved than his brothers, and was content to stay on the farm and around those he knew well.

knew exactly   (tam olarak biliyordu)

Everyone knew exactly what area to cover on the pitch.

"I knew exactly what was going to happen.

I knew exactly what I wanted the strings to do; I had to hum the parts.