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    #1

    I wouldn't know about that.

    Hi,

    Still...would is very difficult for me.

    HARVEY DENT
    I hear they've got a different nickname for me down at MCU.
    LT. JAMES GORDON
    I wouldn't know about that.

    - Batman, Dark knight.

    Here, I don't understand why James Gordon use would here. Is it used to have a meaning or something conditional?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: I wouldn't know about that.

    It's a different way of saying 'I don't know anything about that'.

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