English version

intimate knowledge of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintimate knowledge of somethingintimate knowledge of somethingKNOW somethingvery detailed knowledge of something as a result of careful study or a lot of experience his intimate knowledge of the coal industry intimate
Examples from the Corpus
intimate knowledge of somethingThis allows suppliers to specialise and to develop an intimate knowledge of customer needs and wants.Without an intimate knowledge of haemoglobin it would be easy to dismiss them as random noise.Her dedication would now be complete, an offering made from a full heart and an intimate knowledge of mental pain.While not insurmountable they can be overcome only by those with experience and intimate knowledge of police work.Hindley Foster had obviously perceived her dilemma and understood it, even though he had said he had no intimate knowledge of procreation.This octavo volume of 310 pages, with plants arranged under 696 genera, proves his intimate knowledge of the estate.Not just for one night, but for several, and to develop an intimate knowledge of the local badger community.Naturally, they had an intimate knowledge of the terrain.
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