apprehend

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apprehend englannista suomeksi

  1. odottaa, pelätä

  2. tajuta

  3. pidättää

  1. Verbi

  2. tajuta, ymmärtää, käsittää

  3. ottaa kiinni

  4. pidättää

apprehend englanniksi

  1. To be or become aware of (something); to perceive.

  2. (RQ:Hobbes Leviathan) ''Angel'' ſignifieth there, nothing but ''God'' himſelf, that cauſed Agar ſupernaturally to apprehend a voice from heaven; or rather, nothing elſe but a Voice ſupernaturall, teſtifying Gods ſpeciall preſence there.

  3. (RQ:Defoe Crusoe)

  4. (quote-book).|title=Horæ Homilecticæ: Or Discourses (Principally in the Form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and Forming a Commentary upon Every Book of the Old and New Testament;(nb...)|location=London|publisher=Holdsworth and Ball,(nb...)|year=1832|volume=III (Judges to Second Book of Kings)|page=500|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=u0RaAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA500|oclc=58895812|passage=From thy composure on the occasion it was evident, that thou expectedst to reap the fruit of thine iniquity in peace; and that, when thou repliedst, "All is well," thou apprehendedst no evil. But didst thou forget that God saw thee?

  5. To acknowledge the existence of (something); to recognize.

  6. (RQ:Robert Browning Fifine)

  7. To hold of (something) with understanding; to conceive (something) in the mind; to become cognizant of; to understand.

  8. (synonyms)

  9. (quote-book)|location=Leuven|publisher=(...) Ioannem Foulerum|year=1569|section=2nd book (Declaring the Second Danger), folio 41|sectionurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=gbY-AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA41|oclc=55579710|passage=If to apprehend Chriſte be vnderſtanded, to dvvell in Chriſte, and to haue him dvvell in vs, it is not true that Chriſte is apprehended in that ſorte, by onely faith vvithout charitie. (..) He apprehendeth Chriſte truely, ''that cleaueth vnto Chriſt, and the glue vvhereby the ſovvle is fastned vnto Chriſte'', ſaith S. of Hippo|Auguſtine, ''is charitie'': (..)

  10. (RQ:Fuller Holy Warre)

  11. (RQ:Allestree Tongue)

  12. (RQ:Bunyan Holy Life)

  13. (quote-book)

  14. To have a conception of (something); to consider, to regard.

  15. (RQ:Shakespeare Timon)

  16. (RQ:Hobbes Leviathan)

  17. (RQ:Gladstone Homer).|page=393|passage=(..) Erinūs, who, in so many particular passages of the poems, makes miniature appearances in order to vindicate the eternal laws, such as the heroic age apprehended them, likewise presides in full development over the general action of each of these extraordinary poems.

  18. To anticipate (something, usually unpleasant); especially, to anticipate (something) with anxiety, dread, or fear; to dread, to fear.

  19. (RQ:Shakespeare Troilus and Cressida Q1)

  20. (RQ:Shakespeare Measure)

  21. (RQ:Browne Religio Medici)

  22. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jones)

  23. (RQ:Macaulay History of England) The university was devoted to the crown; and the gentry of the neighbourhood were generally Tories. Here, therefore, the opposition had more reason than the king to apprehend violence.

  24. To seize or take (something); to take hold of.

  25. (RQ:Topsell Foure-footed Beastes)

  26. (RQ:Taylor Holy Living)

  27. To seize or take (a person) by legal process; to arrest.

  28. (ux)

  29. (RQ:Hobbes Leviathan) the Apostle|Paul before his converſion entred into their Synagogues at Damaſcus, to apprehend Chriſtians, men and women, and to carry them bound to Jeruſalem, by Commiſſion from the High Prieſt.

  30. (RQ:Blackstone Commentaries)

  31. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  32. To feel (something) emotionally.

  33. (RQ:Nashe Pierce Penilesse)

  34. (RQ:Jonson Volpone). (smallcaps) dead! / (smallcaps). Dead. Lord! how deeply, ſir, you apprehend it? / He was no kinſman to you?

  35. (RQ:Walton Lives)

  36. To learn (something).

  37. (RQ:Elyot Governour)

  38. (RQ:Butler Genuine Remains)

  39. To take possession of (something); to seize.

  40. (RQ:King James Version)

  41. (quote-book)|edition=new|location=London|publisher=(...) Richard Edwards,(nb...)|year=1810|volume=II|section=section I|page=397|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=YL9UAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA397|oclc=1035855339|passage=Thou &91;(w)&93; followedst this poor slave &91;(w)&93; to Rome. Thou broughtest him under the ministry of thy servant the Apostle|Paul. Thou apprehendedst him by thy grace, and hadst greater joy in his conversion, than Paul had.

  42. To be of opinion, believe, or think; to suppose.

  43. (RQ:Jonson Bartholomew Fair)

  44. (RQ:Richardson Clarissa)

  45. To understand.

  46. (RQ:Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing Q)

  47. (RQ:Spectator)|footer=The spelling has been modernized by the editor.

  48. To be apprehensive; to fear.

  49. (quote-book)&93;|title=Laconics; or, The Best Words of the Best Authors.(nb...)|location=Philadelphia, Pa.|publisher=Mathew Carey, Lea|Isaac Lea & Charles Carey|Henry Charles Carey(nb...)|year=c. 1700|year_published=1829|volume=I|page=38|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/laconicsorbestw02lacogoog/page/n50/mode/1up|oclc=79140944|passage=Death never happens but once, yet we feel it every moment of our lives. It is worse to apprehend than to suffer.

  50. (RQ:Hawthorne Our Old Home)