understandverb

  • ja理解する
  • ento know, particularly the meaning of something, how it functions or works, or how a person thinks, feels, or behaves

Examples

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She knows I'm lying.
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She knows I'm lying.
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I don't even understand.
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Why lie?
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Hopper. He threatened me.
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Did he say he'd kill you?
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What?
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No.
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So then what's the big deal?
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The big deal is if I don't do what he says, then he'll stop me from seeing El.
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Like, permanently.
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You don't understand, Lucas.
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He's crazy.
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He's lost his mind.
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Will you promise me something?
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When you're married, will you invite me over for holidays?
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Well, I mean, I don't know what we're gonna be doing.
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I mean, what if we're over at her folks' place?
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Yeah, I understand.
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"Never ever have I forgotten the name of a date."
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Like, while you're with them?
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I don't understand that.
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- Yeah, that's difficult. - While you're with them?
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While you're with them?
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That would be really horrific.
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Yeah.
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Who are you?
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I'm Eve.
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As in Adam and Eve?
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Lucifer's bringing his girlfriend on cases now, huh?
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She's actually really sweet.
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I don't think that you understand the dangers of having Eve here.
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When the Devil finds his first love, evil shall be released.
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Holly, you approved this?
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Yes, I did.
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I think Todd's gonna make a great addition to the staff.
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You did approve it.
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Yeah.
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- I did. - What don't you understand about the word "approved"?
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It seems a couple of you don't know what the word "approved" means.
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I have very little patience for stupidity.
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Derek is gay, but he's straight for me.
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But he's gay for Ben, and Ben's really gay for Derek.
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And I hate Ben.
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- It's not that complicated. - No.
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Oh, yeah.
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Sure.
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The thing about youth culture is I don't understand it.
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I think representation is crucial.
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It's so important to see people who look like you and act like you,
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and to see stories that you can relate to,
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because it's what makes you feel not crazy, or not alone.
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This is a story that, it's overdue.
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But I hope that it normalizes those feelings,
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'cause I think it's so underrepresented in the media.
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And if you don't see those stories,
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you don't understand them.