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  1. sense

    • IPA[sens]

    美式

    • n.
      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
    • v.
      perceive by a sense or senses;be aware of (something) without being able to define exactly how one knows
    • noun: sense, plural noun: senses

    • verb: sense, 3rd person present: senses, gerund or present participle: sensing, past tense: sensed, past participle: sensed

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus; one of the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch:

      the bear has a keen sense of smell that enables it to hunt at dusk

    • 2. a feeling that something is the case:

      she had the sense of being a political outsider

    • 3. an awareness or feeling that one is in a specified state:

      you can improve your general health and sense of well-being

    • 4. a keen intuitive awareness of or sensitivity to the presence or importance of something:

      she had a fine sense of comic timing

    • 5. a sane and realistic attitude to situations and problems:

      he earned respect by the good sense he showed at meetings

    • 6. a reasonable or comprehensible rationale:

      I can't see the sense in leaving all the work to you

    • 7. a way in which an expression or a situation can be interpreted; a meaning:

      it is not clear which sense of the word “characters” is intended in this passage

    • 8. a property (e.g. direction of motion) distinguishing a pair of objects, quantities, effects, etc. which differ only in that each is the reverse of the other:

      the cord does not become straight, but forms a length of helix in the opposite sense

    • 9. relating to or denoting a coding sequence of nucleotides, complementary to an antisense sequence.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. perceive by a sense or senses:

      with the first frost, they could sense a change in the days

    • 2. be aware of (something) without being able to define exactly how one knows:

      she could sense her father's anger rising

      he could sense that he wasn't liked

    • 3. (of a machine or similar device) detect:

      an optical fiber senses a current flowing in a conductor

    • n. a good instinct for selecting garments which suit the wearer.

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    • n. good sense and sound judgement in practical matters:

    • it is all a matter of common sense

      a common-sense approach

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    • n. an organ of the body which responds to external stimuli by conveying impulses to the sensory nervous system.

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    • be intelligible, justifiable, or practicable

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    • n. common sense.

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    • n. the ability to distinguish between right and wrong:

    • my moral sense has been dulled by too many years here

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    • n. an immediate object of perception, which is not a material object; a sense impression:

    • the material world cannot be directly grasped via sense data or empirical observation

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    • n. the ability to distinguish between right and wrong:

    • my moral sense has been dulled by too many years here

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    • IPA[sɛns]

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    • n.
      a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus; one of the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch:
    • the bear has a keen sense of smell which enables it to hunt at dusk
    • v.
      perceive by a sense or senses:
    • with the first frost, they could sense a change in the days

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    • sense??sense??

      這句子你是哪裡看來的? sense 在這裡用字錯誤,如果只用一字,要用形容詞 sensible。 sense 中文字典上是有...組織,而是指人的感覺、意識,或一種情理。所以就有下面這些詞彙用語: common sense: (名詞) 常識 make sense: (動詞) 合乎情理 sixth sense: (名詞) 第六感...

    • in what sense什麼意思

      sense釋義 同義字/反義字 變化形 KK: [] DJ: [] n. (名詞 noun) 感官;官能[C] 感覺;意識;觀念[S][(+of)][+(that)] She has no sense of time. 她沒有時間觀念。 Your brother has a good sense of humor...

    • sense的中文是什麼意思

      sense有很多意思喔參考一下吧 當名詞 是指:感官;官能[C] 感覺;意識;觀念[S][(+of)][+(that)] She has no sense of time. 她沒有時間觀念。 Your brother has a good sense of humor...