English words and Examples of Usage

use "comprehend" in a sentence

I took a day to comprehend what this all meant and then moved forward.

He says a child can't fully comprehend the impacts of a decision like this.

It's almost as difficult to comprehend as that last sentence you just read.

On first impressions it's hard to comprehend that Ashgabat is a capital city.

The sheer volume of global institutional holdings can be hard to fully comprehend.

The situation was so difficult to comprehend that Mann said she didn't scream.

Our daughter is Jade Morin and has yet to comprehend what my job (researcher) actually is!

He said he couldn't comprehend what would have caused his girlfriend to drive into a crowd.

When it was published, many were outraged because they didn’t comprehend the idea of satire.

It is easy to go to war, it not so easy to comprehend the unintended consequences of that war.

A Deutsche Bahn spokeswoman said she found the union's announcement "impossible to comprehend."

They fully comprehend their current situation and are well aware of how society perceives them."

That's often a surprise to Italian visitors, some of whom struggle to comprehend its popularity.

You can't be too protective because children are too young to comprehend the dangers out in the world.

It just shows that he was acting like he couldn't comprehend, but then he would use big words."

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