[ US /ˈnoʊˌhaʊ/ ]
- the (technical) knowledge and skill required to do something
How To Use know-how In A Sentence
- The event will highlight the wide range of academic, commercial and technical know-how available to firms.
- And do I have the skills and know-how to make this happen? Times, Sunday Times
- No other credible entity, public or private, had the experience and technical know-how to cope with the disaster.
- Moreover, do you have the money and the business know-how to get off the ground?
- But substantial progress is being made and the most important resources of all, expertise and know-how, are now becoming available.
- His know-how is underpinned by a strong appreciation of discipline.
- He hasn't got the know-how to run a farm.
- The often bumper wage hikes are down to shortages of know-how and experience across the industry. The Sun
- Although Ghana matched Italy for the first half an hour, the Italians' extra skill and know-how told in the end.
- Which jobs could overlap between your personal interests, skills and know-how? The Sun