23 adverbs to describe how to « understand » | Collocation dictionary
She understoodexactly how he felt.
These trends can be understoodintuitively.
I want to be understoodperfectly but also don't want to cause problems with my stepmother-in-law.
Then we are trained in adolescence to use our developing strengths properly, and to cultivate our minds to understandcomprehensively.
Shamanically, I strive also to understandconsciously, my part in the whole, and my relationship with humanity at this time on the planet, as well as my connection to the Oneness.
If I understandcorrectly, you are still gathering information on this alternative facility.
Statistics in Dialectology From the cover: [P]rovides a clear, easily understoodcourse in statistics for the linguist who works with real linguistic data from real subjects and converts those finding into numbers.
Ensures our mokopuna understandearly in life that smoking endangers and is harmful to life; 621891
Can use and understandfairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.
Help me to understandfuther!
To this end, we began designing BioD by creating building-block icons (Figure 1) that represent primitive functional entities such as atoms, molecules, compartments and so on, where each icon is understoodimplicitly (as in metabolic pathway and electrical circuit diagrams), but specifically, to possess one or more state properties.
Make sure you understandintimately how a database is constructed before making any changes, particularly any changes to individual gel or contig relationships.
The Center claimed later that the clearance had been only to 220, that is, 22,000 feet, but the crew had understoodotherwise.
INTRODUCTION Weight loss in horticultural produce is driven by a series of well documented physical phenomena coupled with some less well understoodphysiologically moderated features of the product.
If I understoodright, this is a maximum DMI.
The healing is done at a distance, and this aspect of radionics is one of the most difficult aspects to understandtheoretically.
This requires judicious use of the synchronized keyword, which is a helpful tool but must be understoodthoroughly because it can quietly introduce deadlock situations.
Commands are given in a special language that the computer can understandunambiguously.
You can understandviscerally why it's hard for workers to vote for their own interests while their friends remain in limbo.
Often dismissed as a poor military strategist intoxicated by quixotic ambitions, Hitler was in fact extremely adept at sizing up his opponents' weaknesses and understoodacutely the "supreme importance of land power" with the "motorization of military movement."
Perhaps the most important point to understandwhenever we consider the subject of Satan is this: - Jesus Christ is Lord!
Other debatable aspects are the questions of whether the debasement of women is a reflection of the theology or the ritual, whether the scripture of any religion should be understoodallegorically or literally, and so forth.
Most of the time I say I am a Civil Engineer to avoid long explanations that no one understandsanyway.