know (someone)

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know (someone)

To have a familiarity with someone; to know who someone is. Such familiarity can range from close friendship to having only met someone once. Oh yeah, I know Mr. Meyers, he used to be my neighbor. He knew Vanessa long before she became a famous singer.
See also: know
References in classic literature ?
Medlock stops in our cottage whenever she goes to Thwaite an' she doesn't mind talkin' to mother before us children, because she knows us has been brought up to be trusty.
Tha' knows us won't trouble thee," he said to the robin.
My wife and I are like white wolves--everyone knows us," answered Korsunsky.
You see, father, the Awkward Man won't mind us, because we're only children and he knows us well," explained the Story Girl, "but if he sees you, a stranger, it might confuse him and we might spoil the homecoming, and that would be such a pity.
But, here, in the sunny day, and among all the people, he knows us not; nor must we know him
God, as Keating observes, already fully knows us and wants us to accept the divine offer of fully loving us as we are.
Our God knows us, and is known by us: "I praise you.
If it's somebody who knows us and lives nearby then they must have seen the funeral hearse," she said.
I discovered that fear is a strong opponent because it knows us intimately and is part of us, since it wells up from our deepest instincts.
Almost every mine in Canada knows us and has bought something from us over time," says Miller, 56, who counts Inco, Falconbridge, Cameco and several potash and smaller mine operations among his regular clients.
In this new role, he will lead the charge in achieving Cold Stone's Vision that, "The world will knows us as The Ultimate Ice Cream Experience(R) by making us the No.
Everyone knows us as TeleNav so it made a lot of sense to have one corporate brand.
The government market knows us well, and this release is a step forward in introducing our expertise in intuitive data analysis to the corporate market.