Useful Knowledge Idioms in English You Should Know

In this lesson, we will learn a list of common knowledge idioms in English with their meaning and examples.

Idioms about Knowledge

Two heads are better than one

  • Meaning: My son, don’t forget; two heads are better than one

Learn the ropes

  • Meaning: It didn’t take her new assistant long to learn the ropes.

Doing your homework

  • Meaning: You can’t play this game anymore until you do your homework!

Under one’s belt

  • Meaning: She has almost a year as the minister under her belt.

Pick his brain

  • Meaning: You should pick Mary’s brain sometime; she knows all about math.

Be common knowledge

  • Meaning: It’s common knowledge that she is a beautiful girl.

As far as anyone knows

  • Meaning: As far as anyone knows, this is the last of the great herds of buffalo.

Knowledge is power

  • Meaning: In this situation, knowledge is power.

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