Word of the Day: Knack
A knack (năk) is a specific talent or ability. It can refer both to natural and acquired capabilities. Some dictionaries also propose that a knack usually is a talent “difficult to explain or teach.”
She’s an irreverent columnist with a knack for getting people off the couch and into the gym. (Washington Post)
The FA Cup still has that wonderful knack of planting a custard pie in the faces of the big clubs, but rarely can a team have tripped so spectacularly over its own ego as Manchester City at Bramall Lane. (Daily Mail)
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3 Responses to “Word of the Day: Knack”
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We are trying to eliminate them altogether though.
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