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Translation of "apprehend" - English-Spanish dictionary

apprehend

verb   /ˌæp.rɪˈhend/ formal
to catch and arrest someone who has not obeyed the law detener The police have finally apprehended the killer.697792
(Definition of apprehend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apprehend

verb /apriˈhend/
(formal) to arrest detener The police apprehended the thief.
(old-fashioned) to understand comprender, percibir, captar They need to apprehend the risks involved in this course of action.
apprehension /-ʃən/ noun
fear aprensión She was waiting for her test results with considerable apprehension.
(old-fashioned) understanding comprensión, percepción At the time, we had little apprehension of the danger that lay ahead.
apprehensive /-siv/ adjective
anxious; worried aprensivo He had an apprehensive expression on his face.
apprehensively adverb
aprensivamente Tim glanced apprehensively behind him.
apprehensiveness noun
aprensión He could sense the apprehensiveness of the passengers.
(Definition of apprehend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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