come to (one's) knowledge(redirected from came to knowledge)
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come to (one's) knowledge
To be noticed by one or enter one's awareness; to be brought to one's attention. Once the employee's complaint of mistreatment came to my knowledge, I knew I had to address it right away.
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come to somebody’s ˈknowledge(formal) become known by somebody: It has come to our knowledge that you have been taking time off without permission.
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