en
perceive

Meaning: tr
algılamak, hissetmek, sezmek
Meanwhile great Neptune, sore amazed, perceived / the storm let loose, the turmoil of the sky, / and ocean from its lowest depths upheaved. / With calm brow lifted o'er the sea, his eye...
There is an opportunity everywhere, you just have to perceive it.
I perceive myself as my own god.
On ascending the knoll near the house, from which all the neighbouring moors were visible, they not only could see no signs of the missing favourite, but they perceived something which warned them that they were in the presence of a tragedy.
Yes, these are unsettling times. And when the future is uncertain, there seems to be an instinct in our human nature to withdraw to the perceived comfort and security of our own tribe, our own sect, our own nationality, people who look like us, sound like us. But in today's world, more than any time in human history, that is a false comfort. It pits people against one another because of what they look or how they pray or who they love. And yet, we know where that kind of twisted thinking can lead. It can lead to oppression. It can lead to segregation and internment camps.
Businesses perceive as competitors a narrow range of the business world; there are many cases where they don't understand their real rivals.
He actually thought that the human body extended into other dimensions that we can't perceive. What a funny man!
We tend to perceive what we expect to perceive.
To foresee is to project in the future what one has perceived in the past.
People often complain of how others treat them unjustly, failing to perceive that their own behaviour is quite objectionable.
Added on 2015-01-04 | by misti | View: 559

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