intuit

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sezmek
intuition
sezgi

Bir kadının sezgisini asla küçümseme. - Never underestimate a woman's intuition.

Sezgine güvenmekten korkma. - Don't be afraid to trust your intuition.

intuition
önsezi

Önsezin sana ne söylüyor? - What is your intuition telling you?

intuitive
{s} sezgisel

O onun yalan söylediğini sezgisel olarak biliyordu. - He knew intuitively that she was lying.

Gabriel Roiter ölçüsünü tanımlamak için daha sezgisel olabilen ikinci bir yol vardır. - There is a second way to define the Gabriel-Roiter measure which may be more intuitive.

intuitive
sezgiyle elde edilen
intuitive
intuitively sezgi ile
intuition
sezi

Sezimize çok fazla inanç koyduk. - We put too much faith in our intuition.

intuitive
sezgiyle anlaşılan
intuitive
sezgiyle öğrenilen
intuitive
seziş ile olan
intuitive
sezgi yolu ile anlaşılan veya öğrenilen
intuition
(Felsefe) görü
intuition
içe doğma
intuitive
hads yoluyla keşfedilen
intuitive
{s} sezgileri güçlü
intuition
içine doğma
intuitive
{s} sezgiyle anlaşılan/öğrenilen, sezgisel
intuitive
sezgi yolu ile anlaşılan
intuitive
sezgili
intuition
hissikablelvuku
intuition
(Tıp) Nüfuzunazar
intuition
(Tıp) Muhakeme kullanmadan meydanda olmayan bir şeyi sezme, sezgi
intuition
muhakeme kullanmadan meydanda olmayan bir şeyi sezme
intuition
sezgili
intuition
intuitional içe doğma ile ilgili
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{f} sense intuitively, perceive through intuition
If you intuit something, you guess what it is on the basis of your intuition or feelings, rather than on the basis of knowledge. They would confidently intuit your very thoughts He was probably right to intuit that it was universal. to know or guess something because of a feeling you have, rather than because of facts you know (intuition)
To know intuitively
know or grasp by intuition or feeling
{i} American company that manufactures comprehensive programs for financial management and preparing tax reports
intuition
A perceptive insight gained by the use of this faculty
intuition
Immediate cognition without the use of conscious rational processes
intuitive
One who has (especially parapsychological) intuition
intuitive
automatic, without requiring conscious thought; easily understood or grasped by intuition

Designing software with an intuitive interface can be difficult.

intuïtion
Alternative spelling of intuition

I find it scary that I have given, though relying greatly on intuïtion probably more reasoning as to why ‘ethics’ is not something one can reason or formally debate about than many of the great ethics ‘philosophers’ (again, the word of Russell) have ever præsented in their opera.

intuition
instinctive knowledge or feeling
intuitive
{s} instinctive, sensitive; of intuition (of instinctive knowledge or understanding which stems from feeling rather than thinking)
intuition
Your intuition or your intuitions are unexplained feelings you have that something is true even when you have no evidence or proof of it. Her intuition was telling her that something was wrong = instinct. In philosophy, the power of obtaining knowledge that is not or cannot be acquired either by inference or observation. As such, intuition is thought of as an original, independent source of knowledge, since it is designed to account for just those kinds of knowledge that other sources do not provide. Knowledge of some necessary truths and basic moral principles is sometimes explained in this way. A technical sense of intuition, deriving from Immanuel Kant, refers to immediate acquaintance with individual entities; intuition (Anschauung) in this sense may be empirical (e.g., consciousness of sense-data) or pure (e.g., consciousness of space and time a priori as forms of all empirical intuitions). As conceived by Benedict de Spinoza and Henri Bergson, intuition is taken to be concrete knowledge of the world as an interconnected whole, as contrasted with the piecemeal, "abstract" knowledge obtained by science and observation
intuitive
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency; "an intuitive revulsion"
intuitive
If you have an intuitive idea or feeling about something, you feel that it is true although you have no evidence or proof of it. A positive pregnancy test soon confirmed her intuitive feelings. = instinctive + intuitively in·tui·tive·ly He seemed to know intuitively that I must be missing my mother
intuitive
Knowing something without thinking it out - having instant understanding without need for facts or proof
intuitive
This term designates one of the psychological types established by Myers and Briggs Very concentrated it means: envisioning what might be Intuitive designates one of the psychological types established by Myers and Briggs You like subjects that allow you to create theories New ideas and hypothesis fascinate you You look at patterns rather than specific details Routine bores you You are future-oriented Presented with learning material you will probably ask yourself "what if" questions You enjoy creativity and originality and don't mind if teachers digress when they lecture You tend to try things out and overlook directions You take in information or images globally You get details by extrapolations from information about the structure You work in spurts, using 'inspiration' to accomplish information gathering From: D D, Shain (1995) Study Skills
intuitive
Perceived immediately by the mind, instinctive knowledge or feeling
intuitive
obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation
intuitive
An intuitive utilizes perceptual skills not located in rational, analytic thinking Oftentimes the insights of an intuitive surpass what is available to the conscious mind
intuited
past of intuit
intuiting
present participle of intuit
intuition
instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes) an impression that something might be the case; "he had an intuition that something had gone wrong
intuition
Problem identification and solving based on systematic education and experiences that locate problems within a network of previously acquired information
intuition
a source of knowledge that does not rely on the senses or reason but on direct awareness of something
intuition
Act of knowing without the use of usual rational processes Based partly on subconscious pattern association of known information, and partly on subconscious psi impressions
intuition
Suspicion which turns out to be true
intuition
an impression that something might be the case; "he had an intuition that something had gone wrong"
intuition
quick or ready insight or apprehension
intuition
Intuition is the act or faculty of knowing immediately, directly and holistically without rational processes and without being aware of how we know It is also the channel or process through which we access realms of truth and knowledge
intuition
The personal knowledge and past experience upon which marketing managers may base decisions p 172
intuition
Direct apprehension or cognition; immediate knowledge, as in perception or consciousness; distinguished from "mediate"
intuition
Direct apprehension or cognition; immediate knowledge, as in perception or consciousness; distinguished from "mediate" knowledge, as in reasoning; as, the mind knows by intuition that black is not white, that a circle is not a square, that three are more than two, etc
intuition
Immediate cognition without the use of conscious or rational processes
intuition
the passive species of representation, by means of which our sen貞ibility enables to have sensations By requiring appearances to be given in space and time, intuitions allow us to perceive particular relations between representations, thereby limiting empirical knowledge to the sensible realm (Cf concept )
intuition
Act of direct observation associated with soul
intuition
Intuition is the inner knowing, or knowing without external proof, of what will be good for us as an individual Intuition is an impulse towards good, not in a moral sense, but in the sense that we will benefit from the effects of following the impulse In that way intuition is amoral Morality is a predecided set of behavioral standards, whereas intuition is a spontaneous response, unpremeditated It is always in the present, it never comes from the past
intuition
Any object or truth discerned by direct cognition; especially, a first or primary truth
intuition
the passive species of representation, by means of which our sensibility enables to have sensations By requiring appearances to be given in space and time, intuitions allow us to perceive particular relations between representations, thereby limiting empirical knowledge to the sensible realm (Cf concept )
intuition
knowledge, as in reasoning; as, the mind knows by intuition that black is not white, that a circle is not a square, that three are more than two, etc
intuition
An uncanny sixth sense which tells people that they are right, whether they are or not
intuition
The skill of interpreting the language of human energy and the forces of will Strong intuitive abilities are a gift, but they can be learned or enhanced as long as you believe they can You have to trust yourself and be honest about your feelings You must view events, people and challenges as having symbolic meaning
intuition
A looking after; a regard to
intuition
What you feel when you feel that something is right or wrong, even though you're not sure why or how
intuition
immediate apprehension or cognition; the power or faculty of attaining to direct knowledge or cognition without rational thought and inference (Instructor's note: the use of the word "rational" here is key, for it refers to the conscious thought process, as opposed to the "irrational", represented by the unknown subconscious)
intuition
instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
intuition
Insight, Sensitivity to Environment & Self
intuition
{i} perception without conscious reasoning, sixth sense, presentiment, insight
intuition
Direct and immediate knowledge, to be contrasted with discursive knowledge (see entry)
intuition
A sense of something not evident or deducible; an impression The act or faculty of knowing or sensing something without the use of normal senses
intuition
The impact that the intelligence of the soul has on our conscious level of being The more attuned we are to the soul, the more deeply we resonate with intuitive knowledge (aka intelligence of the heart)
intuition
problem-solving ability once relegated to the realm of superstition, this mental capability can model nonrational aspects of reality about as well as intellect can force its user to impose a Cartesian, mechanistic view upon the world
intuitive
having a marked degree of intuition
intuitive
Seeing clearly; as, an intuitive view; intuitive vision
intuitive
Received, reached, obtained, or perceived, by intuition; as, intuitive judgment or knowledge; opposed to deductive
intuitive
obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency; "an intuitive revulsion
intuitive
Knowing, or perceiving, by intuition; capable of knowing without deduction or reasoning
intuits
third-person singular of intuit
intuit
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