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used in Me Before You

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to understand something — especially to understand it completely
  • After a fortnight of rejections, he and Mum admitted they would have to apply for benefits, just to tide them over, and spent their evenings poring over incomprehensible fifty-page forms that asked how many people used their washing machine, and when was the last time they had left the country (Dad thought it might have been 1988).
    p. 209.8
  • They looked at me with faint distaste—or perhaps even incomprehension—no doubt weighing up my fat-to-muscle ratio and finding it wanting.
    p. 60.3
  • And then, as I stood, dumbly struggling to comprehend, he added, "It's only at weekends.
    p. 219.9

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