English - Turkish

  1. duyular
  2. zekâ
  3. hissetmek (sense)
  4. duyu (sense)
  5. anlam (sense)
  6. his isim (sense)
  7. algı isim (sense)
  8. hissetme isim (sense)
  9. duygu isim (sense)
  10. sağduyu isim (sense)
  11. sezme isim (sense)
  12. fikir (sense)
  13. akıl, zekâ: bring s.o. to his senses bir kimsenin aklını başına getirmek isim (sense)
  14. sezmek (sense)
  15. algılamak fiil (sense)
  16. şuur (sense)
  17. zeka (sense)
  18. us isim (sense)
  19. manâ isim (sense)
  20. eğilim (sense)
  21. meal (sense)
  22. yön (sense)
  23. almak (sense)
  24. doğrultu (sense)
  25. anlama (sense)
  26. amaç (sense)
  27. anlayış Ticaret (sense)
  28. kanı (sense)
  29. anlamak (sense)
  30. duymak (sense)

English - English

  1. the physiological methods of human perception
  2. The means through which the body feels and perceives to include seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, and tasting
  3. sanity, soundness of mental ability isim
  4. sound mental faculties, as in: Don't call me until you have come to your senses
  5. the ability to see, hear, smell, taste or touch
  6. plural of sense
  7. wit (The senses.)
  8. The way that a referent is presented (sense)
  9. A single conventional use of a word; one of the entries for a word in a dictionary (sense)
  10. A natural appreciation or ability - "A keen musical sense" (sense)
  11. A general conscious awareness - "a sense of security" (sense)
  12. One of the methods for a living being to gather data about the world; sight, smell, hearing, touch, taste (sense)
  13. One of two opposite directions in which a vector (especially of motion) may point. See also polarity (sense)
  14. Sound practical judgment, as in common sense (sense)
  15. The meaning, reason, or value of something - "You don’t make any sense." (sense)
  16. To comprehend (sense)
  17. One of two opposite directions of rotation, clockwise versus anti-clockwise (sense)
  18. To instinctively be aware - "She immediately sensed her disdain." (sense)
  19. To use biological senses: to either smell, watch, taste, hear or feel (sense)
  20. wits (senses.)
  21. street names for marijuana (sens)
  22. Since (sens)
  23. ­ a way of collecting information about the world and detecting changes within the body (sense)
  24. method of perception, as in: Ears provide us with the sense of hearing (sense)
  25. a separate meaning of a word or phrase Entries for words that have more than one meaning are divided into senses (sense)
  26. The wire, PC board trace, or any other conductor used for measuring only (High Impedance) Remember there is negligible current flowing in the sense line (sense)
  27. In the Peircean sign model, as reformulated by N h [396,401], sense, or Bedeutung, has taken the place of the interpretant The sense made of the sign stands in a triadic relation to the referent and the sign vehicle Their relation (and not the sign vehicle) is called the sign (sense)
  28. The property of representations of a part of the world that captures that part as being a certain way; meaning <Discussion> <References> Chris Eliasmith (sense)
  29. feeling, emotion; ability to feel (sense)
  30. perceive by a physical sensation, e g , coming from the skin or muscles; "He felt the wind"; "She felt an object brushing her arm"; "He felt his flesh crawl"; "She felt the heat when she got out of the car" (sense)

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About This Word

    Etymology: [ sen(t)s ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French sens sensation, feeling, mechanism of perception, meaning, from Latin sensus, from sentire to perceive, feel; perhaps akin to Old High German sinnan to go, strive, Old English sith journey; more a.
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