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Translation of "comprehend" - English-Spanish dictionary

comprehend

verb /kompriˈhend/
(formal) to understand comprender It’s difficult to comprehend why he put his life at risk in such a way.
(formal) to include comprender De Witt’s Land comprehends all the north-west coast of De Witt’s New Holland.
comprehensible adjective
capable of being understood comprensible He was drunk and his speech was barely comprehensible.
comprehension /-ʃən/ noun
the act or power of understanding comprensión After reading the passage, the teacher asked questions to test the children’s comprehension.
comprehensive /-siv/ adjective
including many things completo, extenso The school curriculum is very comprehensive.
comprehensively adverb
exhaustivamente Technical terms unfamiliar to the beginner are comprehensively explained in the glossary.
comprehensiveness noun
amplitud a massive work noted for its comprehensiveness.
comprehensive school noun
(in Britian) a state school that provides education for children of all abilities instituto de enseñanza secundaria He went to the local comprehensive school.
Translations of “comprehend”
in Arabic يَفهَم…
in Korean 이해하다…
in Malaysian memahami, merangkumi…
in French comprendre…
in Turkish anlamak, kavramak…
in Italian comprendere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 充分理解, 領悟…
in Russian понимать…
in Polish pojmować…
in Vietnamese hiểu, bao gồm…
in Portuguese compreender…
in Thai ทำให้เข้าใจ, รวมถึง…
in German begreifen, einschließen…
in Catalan comprendre…
in Japanese ~を理解する…
in Indonesian mengerti, mencakup…
in Chinese (Simplified) 充分理解, 领悟…
(Definition of comprehend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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