understand

All Verb
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  • Another issue which has been difficult to understand is how they took off.
  • He also said that he thought the audience would not understand the film.
  • However, Army officials did not understand how often they needed to do so.
  • In international affairs, the two countries understand and support each other.
  • It will also help scientists understand how people are connected to one another.
  • This method is being used to help better understand the architecture of the brain.
  • As Edward was growing up, he was able to understand more and more government business.
  • The ability to learn and understand language is an extremely complex process.
  • Notably, he first ordered the scientific method as we understand it today.
  • Many have a desire to understand why the world is as we see it and how it came to be.
  • We cannot understand today, but it was not taken seriously at all.
  • He tries to see if the new science of psychology can help him understand himself.
  • People often find themselves believing things that they do not understand.
  • I know there are some people who think it's taken too long and I understand that.
  • He called for a new style of official writing, friendly in tone and easy to understand.
  • The production required some time to develop and understand.
  • One might say that to understand the full structure one must understand these quotients.
  • Not every character speaks every language, so occasionally characters are unable to understand one another.
  • One important branch attempts to better understand the Standard Model and its tests.
  • And in the end nobody could understand what they were saying.
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Meaning of understand

  • verb Know and comprehend the nature or meaning of
    She did not understand her husband, I understand what she means
  • verb Perceive (an idea or situation) mentally
    Now I see!, I just can't see your point, Does she realize how important this decision is?, I don't understand the idea
  • verb Make sense of a language
    She understands French, Can you read Greek?
  • verb Believe to be the case
    I understand you have no previous experience?