empathise


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Synonyms for empathise

be understanding of

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When explicitly asked to empathise, the differences between how strongly the individuals with and without psychopathy activate their own actions, sensations and emotions almost entirely disappeared in their empathic brain," second author Valeria Gazzola said.
Although I said I can now empathise with other teams, that doesn't mean I like it.
I can empathise with high-profile people who find themselves in the spotlight in this way.
Empathise "I don't like hearing those chants because I am trying to do the best job I can do.
Although the format is simple and there is no logic or general knowledge required, the programme is so addictive and the viewer can really empathise with the contestant.