Know the time of day

verb phrase

To be knowledgeable (1897+)


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  • Know what one can do with something

    verb phrase (Variations: where one can put [or shove or stick or stuff] may replace what one can do with) To know that one’s offer, request, possession, etc, is held in extreme contempt •A euphemized way of saying that one can take something and stick it up his or her ass: I saw the contract, […]

  • Know what one is talking about

    verb phrase To be very knowledgeable •Often used in the negative, denoting speaking in ignorance: popped off without knowing what he was talking about (1920+)

  • Know where one stands

    1. Be aware of one’s position relative to others, or how one is regarded by others, as in I’d love to know where I stand with the new board. 2. Be aware of one’s own opinion or feelings about something, as in He knows where he stands on the issue of public housing.

  • Know where the bodies are buried

    verb phrase To have intimate and secret knowledge, esp of something criminal, scandalous, etc: The president reckoned he had to keep that lawyer quiet, because he knew where the bodies were buried (1960s+)

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