In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word.
Answer: Option D
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|Anandaraj said: (Dec 2, 2010)|
|the range of vision (cognizance)|
|Annie said: (Jan 2, 2011)|
|I want proper explanation for ken.|
|Sundar said: (Jan 2, 2011)|
|ken - Know|
|Sumeet said: (Jul 13, 2011)|
verb: know, recognize, see, wot, cognize, understand
noun: view, knowledge, horizon
- One's range of knowledge or sight
such determination is beyond my ken
|Radhakanta Muna said: (Sep 29, 2011)|
|Ken is knowledge|
|Niketa said: (Feb 9, 2015)|
Meaning : One's range of knowledge or understanding.
Origin : Old English cennan (tell, make known), of Germanic origin related to Dutch and German kennen (know) be acquainted with, from an Indo-European root shared by can and know. Current senses of the verb date from Middle English the noun from the mid 16th century.
|Aravind said: (Jul 16, 2015)|
|One's range of knowledge or sight.|
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