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understandverb

  • ja理解する、分かる
  • ento know, particularly the meaning of something, how it functions or works, or how a person thinks, feels, or behaves

Examples

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When you're married, will you invite me over for holidays?
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Well, I mean, I don't know what we're gonna be doing.
3.
I mean, what if we're over at her folks' place?
4.
Yeah, I understand.
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Stay out of the garbage.
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And you stay out of the big cold box.
3.
Do you understand what mommy is saying?
4.
- Yes, ma'am. - Okay, good.
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Do you understand what subject matter jurisdiction is?
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- No. - Yeah, I didn't think so.
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You just got chaper-owned, O-W-N-E-D.
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- Spelling is never cool. - Wrong.
3.
That was extremely cool.
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Now I understand why you're "into her."
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Like this.
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- It's very uncomfortable. - Now do you understand how it's supposed to go?
3.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
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- Everything outside will kill you, do you understand? - Yes!
2.
- Do you understand? - Yes, Mommy! - Yes, yes!