Synonyms of knowledge in English:

knowledge


See definition of knowledge

noun

1‘his knowledge of history was small’

SYNONYMS
understanding, comprehension, grasp, grip, command, mastery, apprehension
expertise, skill, proficiency, expertness, accomplishment, adeptness, capacity, capability
savoir faire
informal know-how
ANTONYMS

ignorance

2‘people anxious to display their knowledge’

SYNONYMS
learning, erudition, education, scholarship, letters, schooling, science
wisdom, enlightenment, philosophy
ANTONYMS

ignorance, illiteracy

3‘he slipped away without my knowledge’

SYNONYMS
awareness, consciousness, realization, recognition, cognition, apprehension, perception, appreciation
formal cognizance
ANTONYMS

unawareness

4‘National Trust staff develop an intimate knowledge of the countryside’

SYNONYMS
familiarity with, acquaintance with, conversance with, intimacy with

5‘it is your duty to inform the police of your knowledge’

SYNONYMS
information, facts, data, intelligence, news, reports
lore
informal info, low-down
British informal gen