Word: sense

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Related words: sense

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Synonyms: sense

eyeglass

Translations: sense

spanish
acepción, seso, sentido


german
tasten, sinn, wahrnehmung, fühlen, gefühl, ...

french
conscience, tâter, palper, signification, pressentir, ...

italian
senso

portuguese
apalpar, sensação, ta tear, sentido, significado

dutch
zintuig, betasten, betekenis, bevoelen, zin

russian
рация, почувствовать, чувство, ощутить, благоразумие, ...

norwegian
forstand, sans, følelse

swedish
bemärkelse, betydelse, mening, känsla, sinne

finnish
vaikutelma, aistia, merkitys, tunne, mieli, ...

danish
sans, mening

czech
význam, rozum, vědomí, pocit, smysl

polish
pogląd, zwrot, odczytywać, sens, rozsądek, ...

hungarian
érzet

turkish
hissetmek, duymak, duyu

greek
αισθάνομαι, αίσθημα, νόημα, σωφροσύνη

ukrainian
сенс, глузд, почувати, почуття, рація, ...

bulgarian
чувство

estonian
meel, tähendus

croatian
smislu, smjer, čitanje, osjećaj

icelandic
skyn

latin
voluntas, sensus

lithuanian
prasmė

latvian
nozīme, jēga

romanian
direcţie

slovak
rozum, tušiť, zmysel

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The meaning and "use of": sense

noun
  • a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus; one of the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch.
  • a feeling that something is the case.
  • a sane and realistic attitude to situations and problems.
  • a way in which an expression or a situation can be interpreted; a meaning.

verb
  • perceive by a sense or senses.

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