Hindi translation of perception
perceptionPowered by COBUILD /pəˈsepʃən पअˈसेप्शन्/
Word forms: perceptions
Definitions and Translations
1. countable noun
Your perception of something is the way that you think about it or the impression you have of it.धारणा nfसमझ nf ⇒ Our perceptions of death affect the way we live. ⇒ a perception of something ⇒ a perception among people ⇒ a common/growing/general perception ⇒ reinforce/heighten/foster/counter/alter/challenge a perception
SIMILAR WORDSimpression, understanding
2. uncountable noun
Someone who has perception realizes or notices things that are not obvious.ग्रहणबोध mnअवबोधन mn
3. uncountable noun
Perception is the recognition of things by using your senses, especially the sense of sight.बोध mn
Derived formsperceptible /pəˈseptɪbəl पअˈसेप्टिबल्/ adjective Something that is perceptible can only just be seen or noticed.गोचर ⇒ a perceptible shift in US policy ⇒ There was no perceptible difference in temperature. ⇒ a perceptible shift/change/difference/improvement ⇒ barely/scarcely/hardly perceptible
SIMILAR WORDSdiscernible, noticeable
perceptibly /pəˈseptɪbli पअˈसेप्टिब्ली/ adverbगोचर रूप से ⇒ After 1865 the growth of national craft unions quickened perceptibly. ⇒ America's attitude to European issues shifted perceptibly as a result of the end of the Cold War.
COLLOCATIONS⇒ alter/shift/tighten/widen perceptibly
SIMILAR WORDSdiscernibly, noticeably
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Example Sentences Including 'perception'
He shook his head sadly, disappointed at Burnell's lack of perception.Somewhere East of Life
Almost immediately he lost any clear perception of his surroundings - an instance of how quickly short-term memory could decay.Somewhere East of Life
Once I'd turned off the loud chatter the noise changed character --- or at least my perception of it did.LOSING IT (2002)
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Translation of perception from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary