To impute meaning, character etc. that is not explicitly stated. (verb)
Examples of word understand
A person near expressed a fear that he did not understand what I said, being so weak and near death, but he quickly, and with great emphasis, exclaimed, '_I hear, I understand_' While I was praying his expression of countenance was most lovely.
And that is not the worst of it; they can't understand that _I can't understand_ them.
And some pious neighbors, earnestly exhorting him to solemn concern and preparation, could not make him understand, we repeat with emphasis, _understand_ why there was occasion for any extraordinary disturbance of mind.
For God has so ordered the Prophecies, that in the latter days _the wise may understand, but the wicked shall do wickedly, and none of the wicked shall understand_, Dan. xii.
Â And the studies that we are doing are not only going toÂ help us understand BPA, Â but theyâ€™re really going to help us understandÂ endocrine-disrupting chemicals in general.