The knowledge and skill required to do something correctly. See Synonyms at art1.(noun)
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Use "know-how" in a sentence
"I also feel that he has downloaded some know-how into me—a knowing that goes past what can be conveyed by words."
"It is also an entrance to the library of all wisdom and spiritual know-how."
"There, you will receive spiritual know-how and, more important, be infused with pure n|om."