to imagine believe or be of viewpoint to know to suppose
- To simply take or seize to take hold of
- take into custody
- expect with dread or anxiety
- have the meaning of something
- To simply take or seize; to grasp.
- ergo: To just take or seize (someone) by appropriate process; to arrest; since, to apprehend a criminal.
- To take hold of aided by the comprehension, this is certainly, to conceive in the mind; to become cognizant of; to understand; to acknowledge; to think about.
- To know or learn with certainty.
- To anticipate; esp., to anticipate with anxiety, dread, or concern; to worry.
- to consider, believe, or perhaps of opinion; to comprehend;u000du000a to suppose.
- becoming anxious; to fear.
To snatch, whether using mind, and thus to conceive, believe, worry, fear, (Trogdon v. State, 133 Ind. we, 32 N. E. 725;) or really and bodily, and thus to just take an individual on a criminal process ; to seize; to arrest, (Hogan v. Stophlet, 179 111. 150, 53 N. E. 604, 44 L. R. A. 809.)
mid-14c., "to understand when you look at the senses or mind," from Old French aprendre (12c.) "teach; learn; take, grasp; acquire," or directly from Latin apprehendere "to take hold of, understanding," from ad- "to" + prehendere "to seize" (see prehensile). Metaphoric expansion to "seize with the mind" took place in Latin, and had been the sole sense of cognate Old French aprendre (contemporary French apprendre "to learn, become informed about;" in addition compare apprentice). Original sense came back in English in indicating "to seize into the title of this legislation, arrest," recorded from 1540s, designed to use most likely ended up being taken right from Latin. Relevant: Apprehended; apprehending.
(v. t.) To just take or seize; to grasp.
- (v. t.) ergo: To take or seize (one) by legal process; to arrest; since, to apprehend a criminal.
- (v. t.) To grasp with the comprehension, that is, to conceive when you look at the brain; to become cognizant of; to comprehend; to acknowledge; to consider.
- (v. t.) To learn or discover with certainty.
- (v. t.) To anticipate; esp., to anticipate with anxiety, dread, or concern; to fear.
- (v. i.) to imagine, think, or be of opinion; to know; to assume.
- (v. i.) becoming apprehensive; to worry.
But almost at once he reverted to his former manner of life, and, although James failed to apprehend him, he was forced to take refuge in France about 1595.