Thesaurus / understandably
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Explaining research to the general public requires thinking about it differently, and then finding ways to phrase it differently so that it is understandable to someone without all the years of training that come before mathematical research.

This very clearly seems to me to be a way for you to both demystify what happened to you and come to terms with it in a nonstandard but totally understandable way.

Should someone lose one of those senses, it’s understandable why they’d head to Google to figure out what was happening.

While a desire to celebrate is understandable, Turner’s decision to leave isolation and enter the field was wrong and put everyone he came in contact with at risk.

Facebook’s reluctance to elaborate is perhaps understandable.

It’s understandable that a quarter of Democrats might feel uncertainty about the results of the election, given the confidence they felt coming into Election Day four years ago.

Thus, it’s understandable that one might consider various preventive treatments for the President.

The grocery-delivery startup has an understandable data set in the inventory of supermarket items its workers pick for customers.

How to make A.I. smarterjonathanvanian2015September 21, 2020Fortune

It protects Cisterra in full and a decision to claim that Cisterra committed fraud or that there’s some legal method to stop the payments because of dissatisfaction, which is very understandable with this deal, poses great legal risks for the city.

How the City Came to Lease a LemonLisa Halverstadt and Jesse MarxAugust 10, 2020Voice of San Diego

It’s understandable why people use ad blockers – they want to protect themselves from annoying advertising that interferes with site browsing, app gameplay, or content consumption.

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