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Synonyms for experience

Synonyms for experience

personal knowledge derived from participation or observation

to participate in or partake of personally

to be physically aware of through the senses

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to undergo an emotional reaction

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the accumulation of knowledge or skill that results from direct participation in events or activities

the content of direct observation or participation in an event

have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations

go through (mental or physical states or experiences)

undergo

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Linguistic relationships for individual nouns Construction Case Grammatical Semantic markers relations roles Active (Act, Act+) -ga subject agent -o direct object patient Passive (Pas, Pas+) -ga subject experiencer -ni indirect object agent Potential (Pot, Pot+) -ni subject agent -ga direct object patient Table 3.
The typology of verbal idioms of emotion is based on the position occupied by the Experiencer argument in the thematic grid of the verb.
7) Zwaan's "immersed experiencer framework" is consistent with the discovery of mirror neurons, located in our prcmotor cortex, which fire in response to simply seeing another person carry out an action.
Similar structures are encountered with malefactive (which Diem calls "detrimental") possession as well, where the verb occurs with the -b suffix, as well as verbs reflecting a physical/mental state, which mark their experiencer with an accusative suffix (raba-nn "es hungert mich").
Similarly to Finnish, the two main constructions include either an elative argument as the experiencer of the change or a translative argument as the result of the change; the position of the subject depends on the construction type.
Mr Parkes says he is a lifelong experiencer of aliens and his first contact with extra terrestrials was in his mother's womb.
The conference will be held at the We-Ko-Pa Resort and Casino February 18th - 22nd and features over 20 speakers, panel discussions, a film festival, parties, vendors, experiencer sessions, and a night-vision sky watch.
The stony-faced likes of Milton Torres, a military pilot who was ordered to open fire on a UFO over England, and Gordon Cooper, an astronaut and repeat experiencer, confront the viewer with a seeming candor that ultimately repels helpful analysis.
Semantic and morphological restrictions in experiencer predicates.
IF MAN is thus aware only of the contents of his mind, then we must admit that Whorf has trapped his experiencer within his head.
This is how we are able to direct our attention to the experiencer experiencing through this process.
Experiencer is another strong fashion involvement indicator ([beta] = .
In addition, while most sound walks, including L'Activite's previous ambulatory works, are created for one experiencer at a time (Ducharme 86), Projet blanc broke from this convention by having all experiencers listen to the audio simultaneously.
Type 1 experiencer + passive verb ofphysical impact + force/agent ['with' + (adj.
Thus, the experiencer of an intense overpowering emotion feels as if s / he were held in a container which prevents her / him from moving around freely.