|förstå englanniksi||first sv, construe sv, fathom sv, see sv, follow sv, appreciate sv, apprehend sv, read sv, understand sv, make sense sv|
: ux|en|The first day of September 2013 was a Sunday. I was the first runner to reach the finish line, and won the race.
*: THE favourable reception the Orrery has met with from Per?ons of the fir?t di?tinction, and from Gentlemen and Ladies in general, has induced me to add to it ?everal new improvements in order to give it a degree of Perfection; and di?tingui?h it from others; which by Piracy, or Imitation, may be introduced to the Public.
: ux|en|Demosthenes was the first orator of Greece.
: ux|en|Clean the sink first, before you even think of starting to cook.
: ux|en|He was the first to complete the course.
*: Study gives strength to the mind; conversation, grace: the first apt to give stiffness, the other suppleness: one gives substance and form to the statue, the other polishes it.
: ux|en|This is a first. For once he has nothing to say.
: ux|en|There was a close play at first.
: ux|en|one forty-first of the estate
: The world must construe according to its wits; this court must construe according to the law.
: [[w:Robert Bolt|Robert Bolt]], [[w:A Man for All Seasons|A Man for All Seasons]], 1954
*: Thus, in a sentence such as:
(113) John considers [S Fred to be too sure of himself]
the italicised Reflexive himself can only be construed with Fred, not with John: this follows from our assumption that non-subject Reflexives must have an antecedent within their own S. Notice, however, that in a sentence such as:
(114) John seems to me [S — to have perjured himself]
himself must be construed with John.
*: Another of his fathom they have none / To lead their business (Othello, I.i. 151-2).
: I cant for the life of me fathom what this means.
: ux|en|Now Ive seen it all! Michael saw Will off at the train station.
: ux|en|I have been blind since birth and I love to read Braille. When the books arrive in from the library, I can’t wait to see what stories they have sent me.
: ux|en|I saw military service in Vietnam.
*: Verily, verily, I say unto you, if a man keep my saying, he shall never see death.
*: ... And remember this, scapegallows, said Ralph, menacing him with his hand, that if we meet again, and you so much as notice me by one begging gesture, you shall see the inside of a jail once more ...
: ux|en|Do you see what I mean?
: ux|en|Theyre blind to the damage they do, but someday theyll see.
: ux|en|to go to see a friend
*: And Samuel came no more to see Saul until the day of his death.
: ux|en|Ive been seeing her for two months
: ux|en|Ill see you hang for this! I saw that they didnt make any more trouble.
: ux|en|Ill see your twenty dollars and raise you ten.
: ux|en|The oracle saw the destruction of the city.
: ux|en|Ill come over later and see if I can fix your computer.
: ux|en|You see Johnny, your Dad isnt your real dad.
: ux|en|Step 4: In the system, check out the laptop to the student (see: "Logging Resources" in the Tutor Manual).
: ux|en| This article is about the insect. For the English rock band, see [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles The Beatles].
: ux|en|For a complete proof of the Poincaré conjecture, see Appendix C.
*: Jove laughed on Venus from his sovereign see.
: ux|en|Follow that car!
: ux|en|B follows A in the alphabet.
: We both ordered the soup, with roast beef to follow.
: ux|en|Follow these instructions to the letter.
: ux|en|Do you follow me?
: ux|en|I followed the incumbent throughout the election.
: ux|en|It follows that if two numbers are not equal then one is larger than the other.
*: O, had I but followed the arts!
: a follow shot
*: It doesnt take too many follows to become overwhelmed with the deluge of content on Twitter.
: I appreciate your efforts
: You must learn to appreciate time
: To test the power of bees to appreciate color.
*: to test the power of bees to appreciate colour
: The value of his portfolio appreciated by 80% over eight years.
*: lest a sudden peace should appreciate the money
*: We have two hands to apprehend it.
: to apprehend a criminal.
*: This suspicion of Earl Reimund, though at first but a buzz, soon got a sting in the kings head, and he violently apprehended it.
*: The eternal laws, such as the heroic age apprehended them.
*: The opposition had more reason than the king to apprehend violence.
*: It is worse to apprehend than to suffer.
*: But now, faire Ladie, comfort to you make, / And read.../ That short reuenge the man may ouertake […].
: ux|en|have you read this book?; he doesn’t like to read
*: During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that are extant...
: ux|en|He read us a passage from his new book.
: ux|en|All right, class, who wants to read next?
: ux|en|She read my mind and promptly rose to get me a glass of water.
: ux|en|I can read his feelings in his face.
: ux|en|On the door hung a sign that reads "No admittance".
: The passage reads differently in the earlier manuscripts.
: ux|en|Arabic reads right to left.
: That sentence reads strangely.
*: In [[w:Ab Urbe Condita (book)|Livy]], it is nearly certain that for Pylleon we should read Pteleon, as this place is mentioned in connection with Antron.
*: Eliminate illogical (read: stupid) answer choices.
: ux|en|Do you read me?
: ux|en|I am reading theology at university.
: to read a hard disk; to read a port; to read the keyboard
*: Therefore, I read thee, get to Gods word, and thereby try all doctrine.
*: But read how art thou named, and of what kin.
: ux|en|Every time I go outside, I worry that someone will read me.
*: Snapping, we are told, comes from reading, or exposing hidden flaws in a persons life, and out of reading comes shade ....
*: CB [a black gay person being quoted]: "So, one time I read him and we were standing downstairs at the front desk in the dorm and I read him and there was this little bell ...." In the first example, the interviewee [CB] used snapping to read his white friend in a playful way, ....
*: [One] assumes that such language contests are racially motivated—black folks talking back to white folks. However, the ball world makes it clear that blacks can read each other too.
*: One newswoman here lets magazines for a penny a read.
*: And when he finishes supper / Planning to have a read at the evening paper / Its Put a screw in this wall — / He has no time at all...
*: In other words, the system can do 1200 reads per second with no writes, the average write is twice as slow as the average read, and the relationship is linear.
*: [As] Corey points out, "if you and I are both black queens then we cant call each other black queens because thats not a read. Thats a [fact]."
*: Like most African-American women, Pearlie Mae uses snapping in many of the same ways that black gay men use it: to accentuate a read.
*: As Miss Dorian explains it, for two black queens to call one another "black queens" is "not a read, but a fact."
*: I learned that it was acceptable to be witty, especially if you were one of the wearblackallthetime, deconstructivist, radical, feministbitchydiva girls who could give a harsh read (i.e., critique) or throw shade ....
: ux|en|I understand German.
: ux|en|I received your note, but I did not understand it.
*: I understand not what you mean by this.
: ux|en|I understand that you have information for me.
: ux|en|But we cannot disappoint Grandma and Grandpa Smith, and that is what family is all about! Do you understand?!
: In this sense, the word is usually used in the past participle:
:: ux|en|In the imperative mood, the word “you” is usually understood.
*: The most learned interpreters understood the words of sin, and not of Abel.
*: Thus, when he drew up instructions in lawyer language, he expressed the important words by an initial, a medial, or a final consonant, and made scratches for all the words between; his clerks, however, understood him very well.
: The thing doesn’t make sense to me.
: Somehow the combination didn’t make sense, but Cranston took it at face value, whatever that was worth.
*: I was in your arms
*: Thinking I belonged there
*: I figured it made sense
*: Building me a fence
: Can you make sense of her handwriting?