English translation of समझना
समझनाPowered by COBUILD /samajhana/
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1. appreciate transitive verb
If you appreciate a situation or problem, you understand it and know what it involves. ⇒ We appreciate how tough it is in business. ⇒ You'll appreciate the reason for secrecy.
2. catch phrasal verb
If you catch on to something, you understand it, or realize that it is happening. ⇒ I was slow to catch on to what she was trying to tell me.
3. comprehend transitive verb
If you cannot comprehend something, you cannot understand it. [formal] ⇒ I cannot begin to comprehend what it must be like.
4. dawn phrasal verb
If a fact or idea dawns on you, or if it dawns upon you, you realize it. ⇒ It gradually dawned on me that I still had talent.
5. decide transitive verb
If you decide that something is the case, you form that opinion after considering the facts. ⇒ He decided Franklin must be suffering from a bad cold. ⇒ I couldn't decide whether they were insane or just stupid.
6. deem transitive verb
If something is deemed to have a quality or to do something, it is considered to have that quality or do that thing. [formal] ⇒ Many people have ideas that their society deems to be outrageous. ⇒ We regret that the strike was deemed necessary.
7. expect transitive verb
If you are expecting something or someone, you believe that they will be delivered or arrive soon. ⇒ I am expecting several important letters. ⇒ We were expecting him home.
8. know transitive or intransitive verb
If you know about something or know how to do something, you understand part or all of it, or have the necessary skills and understanding to do it. ⇒ She doesn't know about it yet. ⇒ Do you know any English? ⇒ The hospitals know how to deal with the disease.
9. latch phrasal verb
If you latch onto a person or an idea, or if you latch on, you become very interested in the person or idea, often because you find them useful. ⇒ Other companies were quick to latch on.
10. look phrasal verb
If you look on someone or something in a particular way, you think of them in that way. ⇒ Employers look kindly on their permanent staff.
11. make phrasal verb
If you can make something out, you can see, hear, or understand it. ⇒ I made out a tall, pale, shadowy figure. ⇒ He couldn't make out what she was saying.
12. perceive transitive verb
If you perceive someone or something as doing or being a particular thing, it is your opinion that they do this thing or that they are that thing. ⇒ The problem should be perceived as an opportunity.
13. realize transitive or intransitive verb
If you realize that something is true, you become aware of that fact or understand it. ⇒ People don't realize how serious this is. ⇒ They slowly realized that there were going to be big changes.
14. reason transitive verb
If you reason that something is true, you decide that it is true after thinking carefully about all the facts. ⇒ I reasoned that if he could do it, so could I. ⇒ 'Motherhood would be a full-time job,' she reasoned.
15. round preposition
If you get round a problem or difficulty, you find a way of dealing with it.
16. see transitive verb
If you see someone or something as a certain thing or see a particular quality in them, you have the opinion that they are that thing or have that quality. ⇒ He saw her as a rival. ⇒ I don't see it as my duty to take sides.
17. see transitive verb
If you see what something is or what it means, you realize or understand what it is or what it means. ⇒ Amy saw that he was laughing at her. ⇒ We don't see any reason to change the law. ⇒ 'He came home in my car.' — 'I see.'
18. sink phrasal verb
When a statement or fact sinks in, you finally understand or realize it fully. ⇒ The news took a while to sink in.
19. take (in phrases)
You can say 'I take it' to someone in order to confirm that you have understood their meaning or understood a situation. ⇒ I take it that you don't read 'The Times'.
20. understand transitive verb
You say that you understand something when you know why or how it happens. ⇒ They are too young to understand what is going on.
21. understand transitive verb
If you understand someone, or if you understand what they are saying, you know what they mean. ⇒ I don't understand what you are talking about. ⇒ She could not understand a word of English.
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Translation of समझना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary