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EN[pəˈsiːvd] [pɚˈsivd]
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    Examples of perceived in a Sentence

  • 例句 perceive
    1. One of the most common synaesthetic effects is to perceive each letter as having a colour.
    2. So in time Mother learned to perceive me through the mirror. Even to smile at me. (Not eye-to-eye! Never.)
    3. Look you pale, mistress?―Do you perceive the ghastness of her eye? ― Shakespeare.
    4. The methods of control used by "Ming the Merciless, Ruler of the Universe" in the 1980 film Flash Gordon are a metaphor for what some perceive to be the influence of the Illuminati on the real world.
    5. "What of his heart perceive you in his face by any likelihood he showed to-day ?" (Shak)
    6. He and P. W. Johnson confirmed the recent discovery of a species of photosynthetic picoplankton, using electron microscopes to perceive fluorescence produced by the chlorophyll of the organisms.
  • 例句 perceives
    1. [4] And while such an one is ploughing distressfully up the road, it is not hard to understand his resentment, when he perceives cool persons in the meadows by the wayside, lying with a handkerchief over their ears and a glass at their elbow.
    2. The moral diversity which A, a technically good man, perceives between himself and B, a technically evil man, does not lead him to doubt the absoluteness of moral distinctions, does not lead him to dread these distinctions as tending to estrange man from his brother, and so to destroy human fellowship.
  • 例句 perceived
    1. It is focused on the individual visitor and perceived as a question of 'messaging': how does the exhibition engage with the consumer or exhibition-goer so that they will spend time at the venue and return to it?
    2. The Friday night death slot is a perceived graveyard slot in American television. ‎
    3. It was previously regarded as haemangioendothelioma and was initially perceived to be low grade angiosarcoma.
    4. Since annoying sounds in our experiment were comparable to shocks or negative pictures in the way that they were all hedonic experience which are sensorially or emotionally aversive, we could expect to see difference of these ERP components if different anchor numbers were perceived as different cues to the following sounds.
  • 例句 perceiving
    1. But it is also a wishful argument, a posture that is in denial, if you will, about the fact that we live in a profoundly surface-oriented, looksist culture that has permeated our way of perceiving those who would be in charge of our lives.
    2. A Thief having ſtoln two Beaſts from one of thoſe called Quakers, was impriſoned: But ſome body having informed the Judge that the Man that proſecuted was a Quaker, and he (the Judge) perceiving that he would not ſwear, would not hear what the Man could ſay, but tender'd him the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy, which the ſaid Quaker refuſing, the Judge premunired him, and let the thief go free.
    3. A tall Bulgarian soldier, six feet high, perceiving that I had fainted away at this sight, attempted to ravish me; the operation brought me to my senses. I cried, I struggled, I bit, I scratched, I would have torn the tall Bulgarian’s eyes out, not knowing that what had happened at my father’s castle was a customary thing.
相关连结:
  1. en perceivedness
  2. en perceived temperature
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