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enEnglish deGerman
1 word
best-known weitbekannt
known bekannt
known bekannt gewesen mit
known gekannt
known gewusst
known ruchbar
known} kennen
known} wissen
well-known namhaft
well-known renommiert
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enEnglish esSpanish
1 word
known conocido
known famoso
known popular
known sabido
well-known afamado
well-known prestigioso#prestigioso (Spanisch)|prestigioso
well-known renombrado
 
enEnglish frFrench
1 word
known commun
known connu
known célèbre
known découvert
known exotérique
known notoire
known proverbial
known présenté
known répandu
known révélé
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enEnglish huHungarian
1 word
known ismert
 
enEnglish ioIdo
1 word
known konocajo
known konocatajo
 
enEnglish itItalian
1 word
known conosciuto
known noto
known notorio
known risaputo
well-known rinomato
 
enEnglish noNorwegian
1 word
known kjent
 
enEnglish ptPortuguese
1 word
known conhecido
known famoso
known notório
known popular
known sabido
well-known prestigioso#prestigioso (Portugiesisch)|prestigioso
 
enEnglish skSlovak
1 word
known známy
well-known povestný
well-known renomovaný
well-known slávny
 
enEnglish faPersian
7 words
to be known all over the place مثل گاو پیشانی سفید
 
enEnglish ruRussian
7 words
to be known all over the place каждая собака знает
to be known all over the place кого-либо каждая собака знает
 
enEnglish csCzech
1 word
well-known chvalně známý
well-known renomovaný
well-known znamenitý
 
enEnglish hrCroatian
1 word
well-known glasovit
well-known čuven
 
enEnglish laLatin
1 word
well-known nominare
 
enEnglish nlDutch
1 word
well-known befaamd
well-known gerenommeerd
 
enEnglish plPolish
1 word
well-known renomowany
 
Definition
 
enEnglish
Known definition: Recognized, familiar, or within the scope of knowledge.
U definition: Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)
Unknown definition: Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
COMPARISON OF FREEZING POINTS & STDS. OF KNOWN OSMOTIC PRESSURE, OSMOLALITY definition: An osmolality test system is a device intended to measure ionic and nonionic solute concentration in body fluids, such as serum and urine. Osmolality measurement is used as an adjunct to other tests in the evaluation of a variety of diseases, including kidney diseases (e.g., chronic progressive renal failure), diabetes insipidus, other endocrine and metabolic disorders, and fluid imbalances.
Electron Beam Computed Tomography definition: X-ray computed tomography in which the X-RAY beam is generated by irradiating a TUNGSTEN target ring with a stream of ELECTRONS that is moved across the target electronically rather than mechanically.
oxidoreductase activity, acting on hydrogen as donor, with other known acceptors definition: Catalysis of an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction in which hydrogen reduces a known acceptor other than a cytochrome, an iron-sulfur protein, NAD, NADP, or a quinone or similar compound. [GOC:ai]
oxidoreductase activity, acting on phosphorus or arsenic in donors, with other known acceptors definition: Catalysis of an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction in which phosphorus or arsenic acts as a hydrogen or electron donor and reduces a known acceptor other than disulfide, NAD or NADP. [GOC:ai]
first known definition: Restricted to the earliest known occurrence that occurred or was scheduled to occur in the past. The Act with the lowest effective time. ('now' is the time the instance is authored.)
Known Valid Biomarker definition: A biomarker that is measured in an analytical test system with well-established performance characteristics and for which there is widespread agreement in the medical or scientific community about the physiologic, toxicologic, pharmacologic, or clinical significance of the results (From: Pharmacogenomic Data Submissions, FDA Guidance for Industry.)
 
deGerman
bekannt wie ein bunter Hund sein definition: [1] sehr bekannt sein, auffallen, was sich aber ursprünglich meist auf ein kleineres Gebiet bezog (Dorf, Kleinstadt)
bekannt wie ein scheckiger Hund sein definition: [1] sehr bekannt sein, auffallen, was sich aber ursprünglich meist auf ein kleineres Gebiet bezog (Dorf, Kleinstadt)
bekannt definition: [1] von vielen gekannt, im Gedächtnis vorhanden :[a] von vielen gekannt und angesehen, beliebt :[b] etwas wird bekannt: viele hören davon; es wird für die Öffentlichkeit sichtbar
ruchbar definition: [1] gehoben: für die Öffentlichkeit sichtbar, erkennbar; bekannt, offenkundig
renommiert definition: [1] einen guten Namen habend, einen guten Ruf habend
 
frFrench
connu definition: Les choses que l’on connaît, par opposition à celles qu’on ignore.
 
Publications
 

Relating destabilizing regions to known functional sites in proteins

Benoît H Dessailly et al.

BMC Bioinformatics , 30 Apr 2007

Detection of known mutation by proof-reading PCR.

W Bi et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 15 Jun 1998

ODB: a database of operons accumulating known operons across multiple genomes

Shujiro Okuda et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Jan 2006

Exclusion of known gene for enamel development in two Brazilian families with amelogenesis imperfecta

Maria CLG Santos et al.

Head & Face Medicine , 31 Jan 2007

FireDB—a database of functionally important residues from proteins of known structure

Gonzalo Lopez et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Jan 2007

Selection and sequence analysis of a cDNA clone encoding a known chorion protein of the A family.

S G Tsitilou et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 10 May 1980

3did: interacting protein domains of known three-dimensional structure

Amelie Stein et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Jan 2005

DomIns: a web resource for domain insertions in known protein structures

R. Aroul Selvam et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Jan 2004

Rapid Identification of Known and New RNA Viruses from Animal Tissues

Joseph G. Victoria et al.

PLoS Pathogens , 01 Sep 2008

Measuring social capital in a known disadvantaged urban community – health policy implications

Anne W Taylor et al.

Australia and New Zealand Health Policy , 21 Apr 2006

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