know-how

[ noh-hou ]SEE DEFINITION OF know-how

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You have the know-how and more general experience, and can do it.

This, he said, would be a miracle of American Medical know-how.

We are offering our know-how and our cooperation to the United Nations.

Mebbe—mebbe Sis'll be gettin' married some day, an' I tell ye a little doctorin' know-how is mighty handy in a house.

Here was a huge, powerful organization, with all the equipment and men and know-how they could ever need.

By phone, by gossip, by hearsay and by know-how he got the stories behind the story—the real horrors that he couldn't broadcast.

Kill off enough of the masses and even if the planet and the know-how is left, there's nobody to do the work.

Man, it's a bigger job than you think, and you've got to have the know-how and the nerve before you can put it over.

Liberal watering is the "know-how" that a person must have to make a success of growing; good plants in window and veranda boxes.

By the time a fighter had any real experience and know-how in the old days, his body was shot.

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