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2 Resultados de traducción para sense en español

noun | verb

sense noun

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senses
sentido, significado

Ejemplos de uso de
sense noun

  • All of my senses were on the alert for danger.
  • We had a sense that something wasn't quite right.
  • His senses were clear despite his illness.

Sinónimos detallados para sense noun

1. Sense, common sense, judgment, wisdom, intelligence significan la capacidad de llegar a conclusiones inteligentes.
  • Sense indica una capacidad confiable para juzgar y decidir con solidez, prudencia e inteligencia <never thought her daughter had much sense>.
  • Common sense connota un nivel promedio de tal capacidad, a menudo combinada con una astucia innata pero sin sofisticación o conocimientos especiales <he hated theories and claimed he always relied on common sense>.
  • Judgment indica una sensatez que es moderada y refinada por la experiencia, la educación y la madurez <just another 16-year-old with terrible judgment>.
  • Wisdom indica sensatez y juicio mucho más alto del promedio <wisdom based on years of experience>.
    antonyms: folly
  • Intelligence, un término amplio, connota la habilidad de aprender, entender, resolver problemas o tratar con situaciones nuevas <everyone was impressed with her intelligence>.

sense verb

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sensed, has sensed, is sensing, senses
sentir

Ejemplos de uso de
sense verb

  • She immediately sensed my dislike.
  • A motion detector can sense movement.

Frases relacionadas para sense

Traducción inversa para sense

sentido  - sense, consciousness, meaning, sense, direction 
significado  - sense, meaning, significance 
sentir  - to feel, to experience, to have feeling, to feel, to perceive, to sense, to regret, to feel sorry for 
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