v. der·stood, (-std) der·stand·ing, der·stands
1. To not understand; to un-understand.
2. To not perceive or comprehend the nature and significance of; to not grasp. Antonym is to apprehend.
2. To not know and be intolerant or unsympathetic toward: I derstand your point of view and even if I understood, I would disagree with it.
3. To infer: I derstand why you are staying the night. Get the hell out of my bed.
4. To not accept (something) as an agreed fact: It is derstood that the fee will be 50 dollars, you did a shoddy job.