known

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From the verb know: (⇒ conjugate)
known is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

known

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. is a known fact (that)
  2. is a known quantity
  3. of all the known [species, members]
  4. there are only [three] known [cases, examples]
  5. the known [issues, problems, unknowns]
  6. there is no known [cure, antidote, reason]
  7. is the [largest, fastest, best] known to [man]
  8. known to [man, mankind, humankind, humanity]
  9. [the suspect, her identity] is (not) known to us
  10. the [suspect, killer] is already known to police
  11. [associating with, aiding and abetting] a known [felon, criminal]
  12. is known by [many, all]
  13. is known to [many, her family] (as)
  14. prefers to be known [by, as]
  15. is known to [cause, exist, have, be]
  16. has been known about for [1000 years]
  17. has [just, recently] become known
  18. is known for its [quality, burgers, service]
  19. known and [respected, loved]
  20. is not known for his [honesty, sense of style, eloquence]
  21. is known or [suspected, expected] that
  22. there is [nothing, not much] known [of, about]
  23. is [generally, widely, commonly] known that
  24. it is not (yet) known [whether, what, why]
  25. [also, otherwise, more commonly] known as
  26. is also known by its [technical, scientific] name
  27. is internationally known
  28. let it be known that
n
  1. the only known is the [time, place, number]
  2. there are known knowns (and known unknowns)
additional examples
  1. the only known is the [time, place, number]
  2. is a known fact (that)
  3. there are known knowns (and known unknowns)
  4. is a known quantity
  5. of all the known [species, members]
  6. there are only [three] known [cases, examples]
  7. the known [issues, problems, unknowns]
  8. there is no known [cure, antidote, reason]
  9. is the [largest, fastest, best] known to [man]
  10. known to [man, mankind, humankind, humanity]
  11. [the suspect, her identity] is (not) known to us
  12. the [suspect, killer] is already known to police
  13. [associating with, aiding and abetting] a known [felon, criminal]
  14. is known by [many, all]
  15. is known to [many, her family] (as)
  16. prefers to be known [by, as]
  17. is known to [cause, exist, have, be]
  18. has been known about for [1000 years]
  19. has [just, recently] become known
  20. is known for its [quality, burgers, service]
  21. known and [respected, loved]
  22. is not known for his [honesty, sense of style, eloquence]
  23. is known or [suspected, expected] that
  24. there is [nothing, not much] known [of, about]
  25. is [generally, widely, commonly] known that
  26. it is not (yet) known [whether, what, why]
  27. [also, otherwise, more commonly] known as
  28. is also known by its [technical, scientific] name
  29. is internationally known
  30. his lesser-known [friend, songs, work]
  31. let it be known that
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

know

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. know about [her, the drugs, your actions]
  2. know [something, a lot, a great deal] about
  3. know (that) already
  4. already know (that)
  5. know of [the singer, the actor]
  6. know for [sure, certain]
  7. know it in advance
  8. know what you [said, did]
  9. knows what [she is, she's] talking about
  10. know how [much, many, few]
  11. know how to [make, get, do, tell]
  12. know how to [drive, swim, read and write, tell the time]
  13. (want to) know why
  14. know the [answer, truth, difference]
  15. don't know [the answer, my password]
  16. know a [fact, name]
  17. know that you [want, will, have]
  18. know if there [are, were]
  19. know your [rights, enemy]
  20. [should, might, does not] know
  21. yes, I know
  22. I don't (really) know
  23. how should I know?
  24. how was I to know (that)?
  25. I knew it!
  26. not that I know of
  27. you know what?
  28. more than you will ever know
  29. [nobody, no one] knows
  30. should have known (that)
  31. know with [certainty, clarity] (that)
  32. [barely, hardly] knew him
  33. know right from wrong
  34. is known to [cause, exist in]
  35. knows nothing of [life, the world]
  36. is known for his [work, opinions, book]
  37. known by [many, few]
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