have+an+understanding

  • 1have an understanding of — index apprehend (perceive) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2have a feel for something — informal phrase to have a natural ability to do or understand something He’s really got a feel for tennis. Thesaurus: to understand somethingsynonym Main entry: feel * * * have a feel for sth …

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  • 3understanding — un|der|stand|ing1 W3 [ˌʌndəˈstændıŋ US ər ] n 1.) [singular, U] knowledge about something, based on learning or experience understanding of ▪ How does this add to our understanding of the problem? ▪ If you know the neighbourhood, you have an… …

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  • 4understanding — [[t]ʌ̱ndə(r)stæ̱ndɪŋ[/t]] ♦♦♦ understandings 1) N VAR: N of n If you have an understanding of something, you know how it works or know what it means. They have to have a basic understanding of computers in order to use the advanced technology.… …

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  • 5understanding — un|der|stand|ing1 [ ,ʌndər stændıŋ ] noun *** ▸ 1 knowledge ▸ 2 sympathy ▸ 3 informal agreement ▸ 4 way you understand something ▸ 5 ability to understand 1. ) singular or uncount knowledge about a particular subject, process, or situation:… …

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  • 6understanding — I UK [ˌʌndə(r)ˈstændɪŋ] / US [ˌʌndərˈstændɪŋ] noun Word forms understanding : singular understanding plural understandings *** 1) [singular/uncountable] knowledge about a particular subject, process, or situation understanding of: The course will …

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  • 7understanding — 1 noun 1 (countable usually singular) a private, unofficial agreement: come to/reach an understanding: I thought we had come to an understanding on this matter. | on the understanding that (=on the condition that): I lent him the money on the… …

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  • 8understanding*/*/ — [ˌʌndəˈstændɪŋ] noun I 1) [singular/U] knowledge about a particular subject, process, or situation The course will help you develop a deeper understanding of yourself.[/ex] 2) [U] sympathy that comes from knowing how other people feel and why… …

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  • 9Understanding Poetry — was an influential American college textbook and poetry anthology by Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren, first published in 1938. The book influenced New Criticism and went through its fourth edition in 1976.The textbook widely influenced ...… …

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  • 10Understanding by Design — Understanding by Design, or UbD, is an increasingly popular tool for educational planning focused on teaching for understanding . [(nd) [http://www.ubdexchange.org/web resources/UbD Overview/learn more.cfm Learn More] . Understanding by Design]… …

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  • 11Understanding Comics — Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art is a 215 page non fiction comic book, written and drawn by Scott McCloud and originally published in 1993. It explores the definition of comics, the historical development of the medium, its fundamental… …

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  • 12Understanding (TV series) — Understanding was a documentary television series that aired from 1994 to 2002[citation needed] on TLC. The program covered various things understood from a scientific perspective and was narrated by Jane Curtin and Peter Coyote. It originally… …

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  • 13have — [hav; ] also, as before [ “] to [ haf] vt. had [had; ] unstressed [, həd, əd] having [ME haven (earlier habben) < OE habban, akin to OHG haben, ON hafa, Goth haban < IE base * kap , to grasp > Gr kaptein, to gulp down, L capere, to take …

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  • 14Understanding Physics — is a non fiction book written by Isaac Asimov, originally published in 1966. It is considered to be a reader friendly informational guide regarding the fields of physics and chemistry, written for lay people. It is one of several science guides… …

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  • 15have\ all\ one's\ buttons — • have all one s buttons • have all one s marbles v. phr. slang To have all your understanding; be reasonable. Usually used in the negative or conditionally. Mike acts sometimes as if he didn t have all his buttons. He would not go to town… …

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  • 16have\ all\ one's\ marbles — • have all one s buttons • have all one s marbles v. phr. slang To have all your understanding; be reasonable. Usually used in the negative or conditionally. Mike acts sometimes as if he didn t have all his buttons. He would not go to town… …

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  • 17have been around — (informal) To be experienced or sophisticated • • • Main Entry: ↑around * * * informal have a lot of varied experience and understanding of the world * * * have been around idiom to have gained knowledge and experience of the world Main entry: ↑a …

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  • 18have a feel for — have a sensitive appreciation or an intuitive understanding of you have to have a feel for animals …

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  • 19have/take/get the measure of someone — have/take/get the measure of (someone) (or have/take/get someone s measure) chiefly Brit : to have or get a good understanding about what is needed to defeat or deal with (someone you are competing against) She failed to take the measure of her… …

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  • 20have/take/get the measure of — (someone) (or have/take/get someone s measure) chiefly Brit : to have or get a good understanding about what is needed to defeat or deal with (someone you are competing against) She failed to take the measure of her opponent. [=she failed to… …

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