Knowhow



[noh-hou] /ˈnoʊˌhaʊ/

noun
1.
knowledge of how to do something; faculty or skill for a particular activity; expertise:
Designing a computer requires a lot of know-how.
noun (informal)
1.
ingenuity, aptitude, or skill; knack
2.
commercial and saleable knowledge of how to do a particular thing; experience
n.

also know-how, “technical expertise,” 1838, American English, from know (v.) + how.

noun

Skill, esp technical skill; practical competence: Takes know-how to run that thing (1838+)

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