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apprehensible (adj.)

late 15c., "capable of attaining," especially with the intellect, from Latin apprehensibilis "that can be seized," from apprehens-, past-participle stem of apprehendere "seize, take hold of" mentally or physically (see apprehend).

updated on September 24, 2022

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Definitions of apprehensible from WordNet

apprehensible (adj.)
capable of being apprehended or understood;
Synonyms: intelligible / graspable / perceivable / understandable
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