perceive

pəˈsi:v гл.
1) воспринимать, понимать, осознавать;
постигать The truth as I perceive it... ≈ Правда, как я ее понимаю.. Syn : realize, become aware, descry, espy Ant : misapprehend, misconceive, miss, overlook
2) ощущать;
различать, чувствовать to perceive colours ≈ различать цвета понимать, осознавать;
постигать - to * the futility of the attempt понимать всю тщетность попытки - everybody soon *d that he was a poor teacher скоро все поняли, что он очень плохой преподаватель - she *d at once what he was getting at она сразу поняла, куда он клонит - I soon *d my mistake я скоро осознал свою ошибку различать, ощущать, чувствовать - whatever sense *s or thought divines то, что воспринимается чувством или постигается мыслью - they *d some light in the distance вдали они заметили какой-то свет - no smell could be *d не чувствовалось никакого запаха perceive воспринимать, понимать, осознавать;
постигать ~ воспринимать, ощущать ~ осознавать ~ ощущать;
чувствовать, различать ~ ощущать ~ понимать ~ постигать

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Perceive — Per*ceive , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Perceived}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Perceiving}.] [OF. percevoir, perceveir, L. percipere, perceptum; per (see {Per }) + capere to take, receive. See {Capacious}, and cf. {Perception}.] 1. To obtain knowledge of through… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • perceive — I verb apperceive, appreciate, apprehend, awaken, be acquainted with, be apprized of, be attentive to, be aware of, be cognizant of, be conscious of, be informed of, be sensitive to, become aware of, become conscious of, cognize, cognoscere, come …   Law dictionary

  • perceive — is widely used somewhat pretentiously in the sense ‘consider’ or ‘regard’: • The economic, social, and psychological costs of becoming pregnant and having a child while on public assistance are perceived as clearly outweighing the benefits A.… …   Modern English usage

  • perceive — [v1] notice, see apperceive, apprehend, be aware of, behold, descry, discern, discover, distinguish, divine, espy, feel, grasp, identify, look, make out, mark, mind, note, observe, realize, recognize, regard, remark, seize, sense, spot, spy,… …   New thesaurus

  • perceive — (v.) c.1300, via Anglo Fr. parceif, O.N.Fr. *perceivre (O.Fr. perçoivre), from L. percipere obtain, gather, also, metaphorically, to grasp with the mind, lit. to take entirely, from per thoroughly (see PER (Cf. per)) + capere to grasp, take (see …   Etymology dictionary

  • perceive — discern, note, remark, notice, observe, contemplate, *see, behold, descry, espy, view, survey Analogous words: grasp, seize, *take: *apprehend, comprehend: *enter, penetrate, pierce, probe …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • perceive — ► VERB 1) become aware or conscious of through the senses. 2) regard as. DERIVATIVES perceivable adjective perceiver noun. ORIGIN Old French perçoivre, from Latin percipere seize, understand …   English terms dictionary

  • perceive — [pər sēv′] vt., vi. perceived, perceiving [ME perceyven < OFr perceivre < L percipere, to take hold of, feel, comprehend < per, through + capere, to take: see HAVE] 1. to grasp mentally; take note (of); observe 2. to become aware (of)… …   English World dictionary

  • perceive — 01. Unfortunately, many second language students seem to [perceive] language learning as something that can be achieved in a few months, whereas in reality, it is a life long process. 02. Children do not always [perceive] the relationship between …   Grammatical examples in English

  • perceive — verb (transitive not in progressive) 1 to understand or think of something in a particular way: perceive that: People now perceive that green issues are important to our future. | perceive sth as sth: Holly began to perceive her father as a loser …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • perceive */*/ — UK [pə(r)ˈsiːv] / US [pərˈsɪv] verb [transitive] Word forms perceive : present tense I/you/we/they perceive he/she/it perceives present participle perceiving past tense perceived past participle perceived 1) [often passive] to understand or think …   English dictionary

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