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Synonyms for understand

sympathize with


Synonyms for understand

to perceive directly with the intellect

to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

Synonyms for understand

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An architect needs to understand the dynamics of these issues while being able to respond to them when designing a building.
Part of Confirmation preparation is helping the candidate to see his or her vocation as a disciple of Christ and to understand how living anointed in the Spirit provides strength for that vocation.
Process Engineering: Must understand the impact on overall mill performance and the cost associated with poor control.
Accordingly I am extremely grateful to have this opportunity to explore how Christians should understand their relation to "radical democracy.
They understand their company's strategy--which market segments have been prioritized and why.
However, the homeopath must attempt to understand the individual as much as possible in order to treat the whole person.
The problem with being a translator, of course, is that we have to understand what the content experts are saying in the first place.
This distinction is introduced here to help the reader understand there is a difference in these two concepts.
The disciples' hope of liberation is misguided in two ways: they do not understand that the Messiah "must" suffer, and they do not understand that the redemption will not happen immediately.
A professional interpreter has the special skills to fully understand what both parties want to say and the ability to make their messages clear.
Finding ways to ensure patients fully understand medical procedures is an imperative for both insurers and providers.
Report/View: Once performance utilization information is available, it is time to understand the "Why" aspect.
The IOM, a nonprofit, non-governmental entity that provides science-based advice on matters of biomedical science, medicine and health, defines health literacy as "The ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
The main question now, however, is not merely to know the answer, but to (mathematically) understand the answer.
Jones, as I understand your concern, you expected your dinner to be hot when it was served, and that it was cold when you got it, and that this happened every day during your hospitalization.