This is understandable.
Concern about medicines is understandable.
When I say understandable, I think that there are arguments.
"It is understandable that the choices Zlatan Ibrahimovic made arouse emotions.
The technical problems were understandable: Creating a new virus test is not easy.
It is both shocking and understandable that Brown should have made his comments having just come from Kenya.
That, says Stefano Puppo, a state prosecutor in Genoa, is "absolutely understandable - and they want it quickly."
That's understandable given that he's just in the door after spending much of last season kicking his heels at West Ham.
That might have been understandable if they would be enforcing Trump's immigration policies, which affect Californians directly.
That cities should try to minimise disruption to their activities, even when demonstrators have a powerful cause, is understandable.
Their clients' fears are understandable, considering that the economic standstill forced by the coronavirus pandemic is rapidly shrinking corporate earnings.
• There is a perception that senior Met officers were "too close" to News International, which was "entirely understandable" given police actions and decision-making.
“Understandable content” here means propositions expressed by language which the hearer “grasps” or understands the meaning of, and which seem to her to be consistent.
"When you have something close to a million articles being published on coronavirus every single day, it's worth having a tool at your disposal to cut through the noise, rank the info in terms of trustworthiness, and give you understandable takeaways."
Angus Armstrong of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, said there was "little or no evidence that EU member states have moved beyond their reflexive - and understandable - rejection of the UK's desire to 'have its cake and eat it'."
In general, financial reporting should satisfy the full disclosure principle—meaning that any information that can potentially influence an informed decision maker should be disclosed in a clear and understandable manner on the company’s financial statement.
"What's quite interesting is that infertility is still stigmatized across the BAME communities, so this is understandable, and furthermore, BAME communities are more likely to have a complication from pregnancy, for example, stillbirth or gestational diabetes etc."
Mullen said that the Stormont executive's refusal to grant the IFA's request was "understandable" in the current climate but admitted to being perplexed by the decision to proceed with the Irish Cup draw without NIFL Championship clubs having attained elite status.
Oxfordshire farm manager Simon Beddows said it was "extremely understandable" that walkers would want to "take their exercise in the beautiful British countryside", but the combination of heavy footfall and wet weather was causing "lasting damage across the whole country".
This special interpretation of sin likewise renders understandable the specifically Christian understanding of human redemption, namely, the view of Jesus Christ as the historical figure of the Redeemer—i.e., the specifically Christian view of the incarnation of God in Jesus Christ.
- capable of being apprehended or understood
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