HyperDic: aprehender

Español > 2 sentidos de la palabra aprehender:
VERBOcognitionaprehender, aferrar, captar, comprender, entenderget the meaning / meaning of something
contactaprehender, apresar, arrestar, atrapar, capturar, clavar, coger, detener, pillar, prendertake into custody
Español > aprehender: 2 sentidos > verbo 1, cognition
SentidoGet the meaning / meaning of something.
Sinónimosaferrar, captar, comprender, entender
Específicoasimilar, digerir, meditarArrange and integrate in the mind
comprender, entenderunderstand, usually after some initial difficulty
comprender, entender, figurarse, representarseunderstand
intuirknow or grasp by intuition or feeling
Generalcoger, comprender, entenderknow and comprehend the nature or meaning / meaning of
Inglésgrok, get the picture, comprehend, savvy, dig, grasp, compass, apprehend
Catalánaferrar, comprendre, entendre
Adjetivoagudo, perspicaz, sagazQuick to understand
comprensiblecapable of being comprehended or understood
comprensible, entendible, inteligiblecapable of being apprehended or understood
Nombresapreciaciónunderstanding of the nature or meaning / meaning or quality or magnitude of something
aprehensión, comprensión, discernimiento, entendimiento, sapienciaThe cognitive condition / condition of someone who understands
comprensiónAn ability to understand the meaning / meaning or importance of something (or the knowledge acquired as a result)
Español > aprehender: 2 sentidos > verbo 2, contact
SentidoTake into custody.
Sinónimosapresar, arrestar, atrapar, capturar, clavar, coger, detener, pillar, prender
Generalaferrar, agarrar, apoderar, apresar, asir, capturar, coger, confiscar, embargar, incautar, prender, sobrecogertake hold of
Ingléscollar, nail, apprehend, arrest, pick up, nab, cop
Catalánagafar, arrestar, capturar, detenir
Nombresarresto, detenciónThe act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)
bofia, gris, guili, guindilla, guripa, madero, marrón, pasma, pitufo, policía, poli, polizonte, romano, tira, tombouncomplimentary terms for a policeman
orden de arrestoA warrant to take someone into custody

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