apprehension, n.

1. Seizure in the name of the law; arrest (apprehension of a criminal). [Cases: Arrest 68(4). C.J.S. Arrest ¡ì 45.]

2. Perception; comprehension; belief (the tort of assault requires apprehension by the plaintiff of imminent contact).

3. Fear; anxiety (most people approach public speaking with some apprehension). ¡ª apprehend, vb.

How do Chinese legal professionals usually express the term APPREHENSION?
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