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Understand

Meanings and phrases

understand

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. know and comprehend the nature or meaning of
  2. perceive (an idea or situation) mentally; realize; realise; see
  3. make sense of a language; read; interpret; translate
  4. believe to be the case; infer
  5. be understanding of; sympathize; sympathise; empathize; empathise

not understand

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There are so many things that I can not understand.
  • The sheriff does not understand the French term.
  • Pat does not understand when Doc sides with the Kid.

understand how

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E.g.
  • Postpositivists work to understand how their axiology (i.e.
  • And I understand how terrible it must be.
  • Thus investors must understand how the risk for CDOs is calculated.

better understand

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E.g.
  • Knowing that, in turn, helps us better understand how all galaxies evolve."
  • McCorkle wanted to better understand management of terminal cancer patients.
  • Psychologists have attempted to better understand these factors by using models.

understand what

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E.g.
  • And tells Donald he can't understand what he's saying.
  • (It is not important to understand what this function does.)
  • And in the end nobody could understand what they were saying.

understand why

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E.g.
  • We really couldn't understand why we weren't there.
  • I don't understand why everyone went, 'Huh?'
  • You can understand why this would be his favourite album."

did not understand

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E.g.
  • Aegeus did not understand the prophecy and was disappointed.
  • 33 persons said that they did not understand Faroese at all.
  • She did not understand Japanese when she first arrived in Japan.

order to understand

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E.g.
  • we access in order to understand and manipulate our material environment.
  • Maybe we need a story framed on that individual scale in order to understand it.
  • Matthew Arnold is an exemplary lens to use in order to understand these sympathies.

fully understand

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E.g.
  • The scientists in the United States also did not fully understand their own designs.
  • More information is needed to fully understand the symbiosis within "E. pedicellatum".
  • The ensuing turmoil intrigued Goldman, although she did not fully understand it at the time.

able to understand

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E.g.
  • They are able to understand those who speak Yupik in Bethel.
  • However, Searle himself would not be able to understand the conversation.
  • As Edward was growing up, he was able to understand more and more government business.

does not understand

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The sheriff does not understand the French term.
  • Pat does not understand when Doc sides with the Kid.
  • His boss does not understand and dismisses him.

difficult to understand

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E.g.
  • The defendant's speech was slurred and difficult to understand.
  • This made it very difficult to understand the history of the show.
  • This can be difficult to understand at times (and indeed, the Rev.

important to understand

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E.g.
  • (It is not important to understand what this function does.)
  • To understand these two steps, it is important to understand how video and film differ.
  • It is also important to understand that most T/S parameters are linearized small signal values.

not understand why

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E.g.
  • I really do not understand why he was going out of the pits".
  • Zubin could not understand why his health suddenly deteriorated.
  • Ann cannot understand why anyone would do this and reacts emotionally.

easy to understand

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E.g.
  • The wordings used in them are very simple and easy to understand.
  • DisplayML is easy to understand, since XML is a human readable format.
  • The articles of the magazine were written in a popular, easy to understand and humorous language.

ability to understand

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E.g.
  • Or is it merely "simulating" the ability to understand Chinese?
  • The physician will complete a brief assessment of the patient's ability to understand and produce language.
  • Its vision is to empower the young people of Pakistan with the ability to understand their role in society.

trying to understand

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E.g.
  • Tommy is conflicted, trying to understand who this woman is to him.
  • This results in a feedback loop that scientists are still trying to understand.
  • After reading this, Frannie spends the rest of the book trying to understand hope.

understand each

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E.g.
  • In the London production ... the characters come to understand each other."
  • Effective Communication so that the officer and individual can understand each other 2.
  • Despite little differences in dialects, people among these tribes can understand each other.

understand each other

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In the London production ... the characters come to understand each other."
  • Effective Communication so that the officer and individual can understand each other 2.
  • Despite little differences in dialects, people among these tribes can understand each other.

people understand

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E.g.
  • In addition, many people understand and some can even speak Dari (Farsi).
  • Youth clubs are there to help young people understand the world around them.
  • There are studies that prove that languages shape how people understand causality.

attempt to understand

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E.g.
  • Cox, in a similar attempt to understand the neighbourhood effect, attempted to define how people interact.
  • The same concept of contiguous range is true for human transportation studies in an attempt to understand census geography.
  • Some analysis of treated surfaces done in an attempt to understand the topic further, with considerable but still partial success.

used to understand

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E.g.
  • The letter was also used to understand women’s views on polygamy.
  • If the results of forensic limnology are not used in prosecution, the results are used to understand the crime.
  • Molecular techniques have been used to understand the signaling pathways between arbuscular mycorrhizae and plant roots.

easier to understand

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E.g.
  • They are also easier to understand and analyze.
  • This designation makes the effects of other coat color genes easier to understand.
  • Johnston makes easier to understand social parallels that can be better understood by the layman.

try to understand

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E.g.
  • Scientists try to understand nature.
  • Seismologists study earthquakes and try to understand where they will strike.
  • Alexander's parents, Joe and Fay Green, try to understand him and he has a sister Renata.

hard to understand

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E.g.
  • It's hard to understand.
  • Eventually, it became a Motormouth extravaganza, spoken so fast it was hard to understand.
  • The book's concludes with a series of dreamlike vignettes that, while intriguing, some readers find hard to understand.

unable to understand

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E.g.
  • These patients have to learn all of these skills again since they are unable to understand or express anything.
  • Asemia Asemia is the term for the medical condition of being unable to understand or express any signs or symbols.
  • However, in regard to the dialects of the deeper valleys of the Tirol, other Tyroleans are often unable to understand them.

way to understand

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E.g.
  • Travis kills Ross and then realizes the only way to understand the grass is to touch the rock.
  • One way to understand this is to think about how a subject can be described in different ways.
  • One way to understand the motivation of the above definition is to consider the optimal transport problem.

not understand what

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E.g.
  • during the interview because he did not understand what Rebellious is for.
  • Pilchowa did not answer, and kept on talking: "I do not understand what it is.
  • Dawson accepts the verdict, but Downey does not understand what they did wrong.

understand the nature

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E.g.
  • Researchers think these studies may also help understand the nature of dark energy.
  • Such graphs are useful in calculus to understand the nature and behavior of a function or relation.
  • Section three discusses his views of how a Jew should understand the nature of Judaism as a religion.

really understand

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E.g.
  • Since he was really young when his mother died he does not really understand what happened.
  • However, further experiments showed that children did not really understand what was being asked of them.
  • Kershaw told Simon Mayo in 1989: "For reasons she didn't really understand, Elisabeth began to write to him in prison and he wrote back.
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