straighten out one's thinking
想通 - come round,figured,to realize
想通了 - figured out
就算是想通了 - let it go
Think of it
(Trad=想通, Pinyin=xiang3 tong1) come round, be convinced
He'll come round by and by.
Well, actually... we hoped you would change your mind.
It means we are thinking something through.
If we think about what happened in those two games, then we can go to Scunthorpe and make sure we win.
Finally, there is the evolution of Yao's mind.
As is often the case with persuasion, what you do first matters.
My mouth will speak words of wisdom; the utterance from my heart will give understanding.
How would you think it through?
My mouth shall speak of wisdom; and the meditation of my heart shall be of understanding.
Until I figured out the thing that bothered for so long had I felt an urge, a sigh, a relief and little excitement.
The pain of uncertainty usually strikes when you start thinking that everyone but you has things figured out.
And if I can’t simply put what needs to be done on one page, I probably haven’t thought through it very well.
I believe that Rudolph never really got over the fact that the other reindeers wouldn't let him play in their games.
In other words you come to understand what language is I figured it out but of course in rhetorical theory figure is precisely a figure of speech.
Doubt says, "I don't get it. Help me understand this. Work with me through this.
I would bet that you can see it that way.
The next day she said to her maid, "I have it now.
It is why after thinking through all these I feel all that I lost are paid back in another way.
I am sure there were times when he would have liked to have told me to pack it up and come home, yet he supported me through the tough issues.