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Translation of "understand" - English-Polish dictionary

understand

verb [I, T]     /ˌʌndəˈstænd/ ( past tense and past participle understood)
KNOW MEANING
A1 to know the meaning of something that someone says rozumieć I don't understand half of what he says. She didn't understand so I explained it again.Understanding and comprehending
KNOW WHY/HOW
A2 to know why or how something happens or works wiedzieć, rozumieć [+ question word] We still don't fully understand how the brain works.Understanding and comprehending
KNOW FEELINGS
B1 to know how someone feels or why they behave in a particular way rozumieć I don't understand James sometimes. [+ question word] I understand why she's so angry.Understanding and comprehendingEmpathy and sensitivitySympathy and compassion
I/we understand (that)... formal
used to say that you believe something is true because someone has told you it is o ile mi/nam wiadomo, to ..., rozumiem/y, że ... I understand that the school is due to close next year.Believing
make yourself understood
to say something to someone in a way that they understand porozumieć się, dogadać się I had a little difficulty making myself understood.Understanding and comprehending
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