- arrest (someone) for a crime；understand or perceive
verb: apprehend, 3rd person present: apprehends, gerund or present participle: apprehending, past tense: apprehended, past participle: apprehended
- 1. arrest (someone) for a crime:
a warrant was issued but he has not been apprehended
- 2. understand or perceive:
we enter a field of vision we could not otherwise apprehend
- 3. anticipate (something) with uneasiness or fear:
he is a man that apprehends death no more dreadfully but as a drunken sleep
n. a court order issued to protect an individual who has a reasonable fear of violence or harrassment from a specified person:
after he threatened her with a knife, an apprehended violence order was granted against him
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- v.arrest (someone) for a crime:
- a warrant was issued but he has not been apprehended
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