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Multiple Meanings
apprehend — as in:  apprehend the situation

She doesn’t yet apprehend the seriousness of the charge against her.
to understand
apprehend — as in:  apprehend the criminal

Police are determined to apprehend the murderer.
to capture and arrest someone suspected of breaking the law
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