knowledgeable

Knowledgeable vs Understanding - What's the difference?

knowledgeable | understanding |


As adjectives the difference between knowledgeable and understanding

is that knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject while understanding is showing compassion.

As a noun understanding is

(uncountable) mental, sometimes emotional process of comprehension, assimilation of knowledge, which is subjective by its nature.

As a verb understanding is

.

Sagacious vs Knowledgeable - What's the difference?

sagacious | knowledgeable |


As adjectives the difference between sagacious and knowledgeable

is that sagacious is having or showing keen discernment, sound judgment, and farsightedness; mentally shrewd while knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject.

Knowable vs Knowledgeable - What's the difference?

knowable | knowledgeable |


As adjectives the difference between knowable and knowledgeable

is that knowable is capable of being known, understood or comprehended while knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject.

Knowledgeable vs Cultured - What's the difference?

knowledgeable | cultured |


As adjectives the difference between knowledgeable and cultured

is that knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject while cultured is learned in the ways of civilized society; civilized; refined.

As a verb cultured is

(culture).

Skilled vs Knowledgeable - What's the difference?

skilled | knowledgeable |


As adjectives the difference between skilled and knowledgeable

is that skilled is having or showing skill; skilful while knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject.

As a verb skilled

is (skill).

Knowledgeable vs Honest - What's the difference?

knowledgeable | honest |


As adjectives the difference between knowledgeable and honest

is that knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject while honest is (of a person or institution) scrupulous with regard to telling the truth; not given to swindling, lying, or fraud; upright.

As a verb honest is

(obsolete) to adorn or grace; to honour; to make becoming, appropriate, or honourable.

Knowledgeable vs Personal - What's the difference?

knowledgeable | personal |


As an adjective knowledgeable

is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject.

As a noun personal is

staff (employees of a business).

Knowledged vs Knowledgeable - What's the difference?

knowledged | knowledgeable |


As a verb knowledged

is (knowledge).

As an adjective knowledgeable is

having knowledge, especially of a particular subject.

Knowledgeable vs Brainy - What's the difference?

knowledgeable | brainy |


As adjectives the difference between knowledgeable and brainy

is that knowledgeable is having knowledge, especially of a particular subject while brainy is (informal) very intellectually capable.

Ambition vs Knowledgeable - What's the difference?

ambition | knowledgeable |


As a noun ambition

is ambition for some particular achievement.

As an adjective knowledgeable is

having knowledge, especially of a particular subject.

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