know about

know about someone or something

to have information or expertise about someone or something. I know about John and what he does. I know about cars, but I can't fix this one!
See also: know
References in classic literature ?
Raffles, and I did not know about you, and there was something I longed to tell you about him, something I could not tell you in a minute in the street, or indeed by word of mouth at all.
A woman's virtue, if you wish to know about that, may also be easily described: her duty is to order her house, and keep what is indoors, and obey her husband.
All you know about my attitude towards Lord Dawlish is what I told you on the first morning of your visit.
The inside of the box, where you were supposed to put something that people didn't know about you, is where things got tricky for Katie Holloway.
Our mill customers, the suppliers, and unfortunately, a lot of us here do know about tragedies that have happened in the industry.
What is one thing that the kids don't know about Lenny?
How much of our reading, our courses, and our discussion groups is a way to know about our faith, a way to know about God, a way to read the menu without eating the meal?
To paraphrase an old saying, ask not what you need to know about technology, ask how technology can teach you what you need to know.
Because until then people wanted to know about the Village.
I must also say that I could never make intelligent career moves because I don't know about the galleries.
The more you know about what you're doing, the better it will be for you," Dinham says.
And you end up wanting to know about these characters instead of the main subject.
We let every newspaper in the country know about that trial three months in advance.
The five circuits have looked at what a reasonably prudent person in the taxpayer's position had reason to know or would be expected to know about a substantial understatement.