(understood) понимать

I don't quite understand you. — Я вас не совсем понимаю.

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- understand one another
- it was understood that ...
See know, v ASSOCIATIONS and IMAGTRY: Значение глагола to understand - понимать ассоциируется с видением при понимании чего-либо, человек как бы видит или представляет себе данный объект. Это в явном виде присутствует в значении нижеследующих слов: I see what you mean. Я вижу/понимаю, что вы имеете в виду. I saw through him at once: I knew he was lying. Я видел его насквозь и знал, что он лжет. They recognized the necessity to improve. Они понимали/признавали, что им необходимо улучшить свою работу. She has great insight and will know what do. Она глубоко вникнет в существо дела, и будет знать, что надо делать. I couldn't foresee what would happen. Я не мог предвидеть, что случится. There was a change in the public perception of the situation. В общественном понимании/восприятии ситуации произошли изменения. The answer is very obvious. Ответ совершенно понятен/очевиден. I am unclear about what they did next. Мне не очень ясно, что они затем сделали. Their motives are transparent. Их мотивы совершенно прозрачны. They turned a blind eye to what was happening there. Они закрыли глаза на то, что там происходило

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