be fully understood or realized(by sb)
a comprehensive mind
Understanding diabetes and feeling confident about controlling it.
Fully Understanding and Dispelling Historical Emotional Knot of Compatriots in Taiwan;
an undigested mass of facts gathered at random.
At last the real problem has come home to Mary.
We fully understand the complicated mentality they formed under a special historical background and fully respect their will and demand.
To get a full appreciation of what this means we must turn first to some recent human inventions.
The two men understand one another perfectly, and have a mutual respect for each other 's strong quality
If you take her remarks only at their face value you will not have understood her full meaning.
Everyone must study a little on their own to fully understand all of the material.
If you take his remarks only at their face value you will not have understood his full meaning.
We should get the essential part of our proposal home to the more conservative members of the Council
Perhaps his art will not be fully understood for many years.
We also recommend a study of the more comprehensive glossary accompanying this translation.
fully apprehended as to purport or meaning or explanation.
He had a valid excuse for arriving late at work.
We want a satisfactory explanation of your lateness.