Definition of 'sense'
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Your natural sense of fairness helps you disregard gossip. The Sun (2010)He stalls the attack because he senses danger early. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They feel less sense of control because they actually have less control. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)True understanding comes from inner experience which is beyond the classifications invented by the mind and senses. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)But in one sense it is a good risk for the underwriters. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The sense of something being beautifully done still has impact and credibility. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)We grow up with a strong sense of the physical boundary that contains us. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Work and study plans get moving again and you sense they are leading to better times. The Sun (2008)No father around to knock a little sense into him. Somewhere East of Life (1994)We know right from wrong and have an acute sense of justice. The Sun (2009)We suggest that borrowing may make sense for some firms but not for others. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)Losing your sense of smell is usually the result of your nose being blocked. The Sun (2009)You come across as a really great guy with a good sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We found there a really great actor with a wonderful sense of timing. The Sun (2015)None of these were regulars in the true sense. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Sometimes a sense of enchantment is enough. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your sense of guilt takes that away from us. Know Your Own Mind (1991)They will probably have the sense that they will have to modify it when the effects are felt. Times, Sunday Times (2011)With that figure, and that sense of style? Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'sense'
British English: sense /sɛns/ NOUN
Your senses are the physical abilities of sight, smell, hearing, touch, and taste.
...a keen sense of smell.
- American English: sense
- Arabic: حاسَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sentido
- Chinese: 感觉
- Croatian: čulo
- Czech: smysl vnímání
- Danish: sans
- Dutch: zintuig strekking
- European Spanish: sentido
- Finnish: aisti
- French: sens
- German: Sinn
- Greek: αίσθηση
- Italian: senso
- Japanese: 感覚
- Korean: 감각
- Norwegian: fornuft
- Polish: zmysł
- European Portuguese: sentido
- Romanian: simț
- Russian: чувство
- Spanish: sentido
- Swedish: sinne
- Thai: ความรู้สึก
- Turkish: duyu
- Ukrainian: почуття
- Vietnamese: giác quan
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