comprehend

[Verb] To understand.
Example: The child failed to comprehend even the simplest of instructions.
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Comprehend

Com`pre·hend' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Comprehended ; present participle & verbal noun Comprehending .] [ Latin comprehendere , comprehensum ; com- + prehendere to grasp, seize; prae...
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Comprehend

• (v. t.) To take into the mind; to grasp with the understanding; to apprehend the meaning of; to understand. • (v. t.) To contain; to embrace; to include; as, the states comprehended in the Austrian Empire. • (v. t.) To take in or include by construction or implication; to comprise; to imply.
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comprehend

comprehend; comprehends, comprehending, comprehended 1. To understand the nature or meaning of; to grasp with the mind; to perceive. 2. To take in the meaning, nature, or importance of; to mentally grasp and to understand. 3. To take in or to embrace; to include; to comprise.
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comprehend

get the meaning of something
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