know about

know about(
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to have knowledge about)
a. saber de
What do you know about our company?¿Qué sabe de nuestra empresa?
b. saber sobre
Pete taught me all I know about gardening.Pete me enseñó todo lo que sé sobre jardinería.
c. entender de
There's something wrong with the brakes. Trust me, I know about cars.Algo va mal con los frenos. Créeme, entiendo de carros.
2. (to hear or find out)
a. enterarse de
Did you know about your husband's infidelity?¿Se había enterado de la infidelidad de su esposo?
b. enterarse de lo de
Did you know about Jane? - No, what happened?¿Te enteraste de lo de Jane? - No, ¿qué pasó?
c. saber lo de
Your brother didn't know about your pregnancy, so he couldn't have told your parents.Tu hermano no sabía lo de tu embarazo, así que él no pudo habérselo contado a tus padres.
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