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How do you spell the spanish word for "to understand", comprehender?

  • Spanish -

    comprender

  • Spanish -

    yo form-comprendo
    tu form-comprendes
    el/la form-comprende
    we form-comprendemos
    they/"y'all" form-comprenden

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