perceive


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to apprehend (images) by use of the eyes

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to be intuitively aware of

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-- I perceive. My friend, it is well that you spoke in time.
Do you not perceive that we are opposite the Hotel d'Arguillon, which is full of the cardinal's creatures?
It is impossible for the man of pious reflection not to perceive in it a finger of that Almighty hand which has been so frequently and signally extended to our relief in the critical stages of the revolution.
This terrible fowl had no head that we could perceive, but was fashioned entirely of belly, which was of a prodigious fatness and roundness, of a soft-looking substance, smooth, shining and striped with various colors.
But yet, he was astonished, while viewing all these bodies, not to perceive the survivors.
Two-year program students perceive high employability than those of four-year program students.
In technology-based learning environments, preservice teachers are more likely to perceive the easy use and usefulness of technology when they learn how to use and apply TPACK in the classroom (Horzum&Gungoren, 2012).
Moreover, prior negative experience will reduce users' dependence on search engines, leading them to intentionally choose other methods of obtaining information, and will lead them to perceive that they do not depend on use of search engines in their work role.
Consumers perceive the role of the organization with the help of the green products, which plays a role in protecting nature with their performance and assures personation of the nature and surrounding.
How teenagers perceive their appearance can have significant impacts on health and wellness.
In the view of Internet shopping, both are assumed to be closely linked as the dispute is such that an Internet user who identifies that purchasing through the Internet is effortless should, in turn, develop a tendency to perceive it as useful.
The work status and income level of the parents can be said to be effective at the stress level that the sportmen perceive.
Hence, conventional metaphors can positively affect how people cognitively perceive a communicated message, for example, by increasing perceived argument quality (Hartman, 2012) and by decreasing perceived message complexity (Burgers, Konijn, Steen, & Iepsma, 2015).
Specifically, college students that perceive their parents as more disapproving of their alcohol use tend to consume significantly less alcohol and experience fewer associated negative consequences.
Past research also suggests that professionals tend to resist using an information system if they perceive the system as threatening to their professional autonomy (Bhattacherjee & Hikmet, 2007).