English version

I know

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI knowI knowa) AGREEused to agree with someone or to say that you feel the same way ‘We have to talk about it, Rob.’ ‘Yeah, I know.’ b) THINK something/HAVE A THOUGHTused to say that you have suddenly had an idea, thought of a solution to a problem etc I know! Let’s go out for a meal on your birthday. c) AGREEused to stop someone from interrupting because they have an opinion about what you are saying It sounds silly, I know, but I will explain. I know, I know, I should have had the car checked out before now. know
Examples from the Corpus
I knowNo one, as far as I know, has ever before cut away the wing of a submerged big jet.My two chips were ready in my sweaty palm. I knew I had him on toast.I know, I know, we should have called and made reservations.No Francis, anywhere. I knew I was alone now.All I know is that I am on my way out."It is really hot out there today." "I know. It's miserable."I know! Let's turn the couch this way and then the table will fit.I know the why of this, but I know it only now as I write these words.And I know what you're thinking.