Definition of knowledgeably in English:

knowledgeably

(also knowledgably)

Translate knowledgeably into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˈnäləjəblē/ /ˈnɑlədʒəbli/

adverb

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  • ‘Harry retained his love for and knowledge of music, particularly opera, into his latter years and could discourse knowledgeably on great musical works and famous singers of the 20th century.’
  • ‘It's one thing to be able to carry on a simple conversation with a limited vocabulary, and quite another to talk and express oneself knowledgeably in the language.’
  • ‘He also wrote knowledgeably about New York, Philadelphia and Hollywood.’
  • ‘They can talk knowledgeably about world politics and culture, and are still fun to be with.’
  • ‘Joannes Patursson is a mild-mannered man who speaks knowledgeably about the history of his people and their traditions, including the now controversial activity of whale hunting.’

Pronunciation

knowledgeably

/ˈnäləjəblē/ /ˈnɑlədʒəbli/