common sense

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Englisch - Türkisch
sağduyu

Diğer bir deyişle, sağduyudan şüphelenmelisin. - In other words, you should doubt common sense.

Tom Mary'nin ondan yapmasını istediğini yapmak için oldukça çok fazla sağduyuya sahiptir. - Tom has way too much common sense to do what Mary's asking him to do.

hasse-i selime
akıl fikir
{i} aklıselim

İnşallah aklıselim hakim olur. - Let's hope that common sense prevails.

hissiselim
common sense knowledge
sağduyu bilgisi
commonsense
sağduyu
it is common sense
o sağduyu olduğunu
a grain of common sense
bir nebze anlayış
Englisch - Englisch
Ordinary sensible understanding; one's basic intelligence which allows for plain understanding and without which good decisions or judgments cannot be made

To act with common sense, according to the moment, is the best wisdom I know; and the best philosophy, to do one's duties, take the world as it comes, submit respectfully to one's lot, bless the goodness that has given us so much happiness with it, whatever it is, and despise affectation. - Horace Walpole.

An internal sense, formerly believed to be the sense by which information from the other five senses is understood and interpreted

This common sense is the judge or moderator of the rest, by whom we discern all differences of objects; for by mine eye I do not know that I see, or by mine ear that I hear, but by my common sense .

Your common sense is your natural ability to make good judgments and to behave in a practical and sensible way. Use your common sense a common-sense approach. the ability to behave in a sensible way and make practical decisions
{i} normal intelligence, average knowledge, reason
{i} essay by Thomas Paine that detailed Britain's unjust treatment of the American colonies and called for American independence
"Common Sense" was the revolutionary tract written by Thomas Paine in January 1776 It was a bold call for independence and the establishment of republican government in America
does not mean that good sense which is common, or commonly needed in the ordinary affairs of life, but the sense which is common to all the five, or the point where the five senses meet, supposed to be the seat of the soul, where it judges what is presented by the senses, and decides the mode of action (See Seven Senses )
See Common sense, under Sense
ordinary good sense or sound practical judgment
Widely read pamphlet written by Thomas Paine and published in January 1776, which rejected monarchy and called for independence
the way of looking at things apart from technical or special training
pamphlet written by Thomas Paine to convince the colonists that reconciliation with England was not possible
sound practical judgment; "I can't see the sense in doing it now"; "he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples"; "fortunately she had the good sense to run away"
This best‑selling pamphlet by Thomas Paine, first published in 1776, denounced the British monarchy, called for American indepen­dence, and encouraged the adoption of republican forms of government Paine's bold words thus helped crack the power of reconciliationist leaders in the Second Continental Congress who did not believe the colonies could stand up to British arms and survive as an independent nation
gumption
cop on

That idiot has no cop on.

good sense
common sense
commonsense
Exhibiting or using common sense
commonsense
{s} based common sense, exhibiting good judgment
commonsense
exhibiting native good judgment; "arrive home at a reasonable hour"; "commonsense scholarship on the foibles of a genius"; "unlearned and commonsensical countryfolk were capable of solving problems that beset the more sophisticated
common sense
sound practical judgment; "I can't see the sense in doing it now"; "he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples"; "fortunately she had the good sense to run away"
common sense
Widely read pamphlet written by Thomas Paine and published in January 1776, which rejected monarchy and called for independence
common sense
This best‑selling pamphlet by Thomas Paine, first published in 1776, denounced the British monarchy, called for American indepen­dence, and encouraged the adoption of republican forms of government Paine's bold words thus helped crack the power of reconciliationist leaders in the Second Continental Congress who did not believe the colonies could stand up to British arms and survive as an independent nation
common sense
ordinary good sense or sound practical judgment
common sense
does not mean that good sense which is common, or commonly needed in the ordinary affairs of life, but the sense which is common to all the five, or the point where the five senses meet, supposed to be the seat of the soul, where it judges what is presented by the senses, and decides the mode of action (See Seven Senses )
common sense
the way of looking at things apart from technical or special training
common sense
pamphlet written by Thomas Paine to convince the colonists that reconciliation with England was not possible
common sense
"Common Sense" was the revolutionary tract written by Thomas Paine in January 1776 It was a bold call for independence and the establishment of republican government in America
common sense
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