sense

sens

Перевод:

Noun: смысл чувство ощущение значение
Verb: чувствовать ощущать понимать считывать

Фразы:

bitter sense of shame - мучительное чувство стыда

in the broad sense of the word - в широком смысле слова

continuous in the extended sense - обобщённо-непрерывный

dependent in a probability sense - зависимый в вероятностном смысле

devoid of sense - лишённый смысла

sense of duty - чувство долга

to do smth. out of a sense of duty - делать что-л. из чувства долга

endowed with a good sense of humour - одарённый хорошим чувством юмора

evidential sense - очевидный смысл

sense of community and fellowship - чувство содружества и братства

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Примеры:

I sense his hostility. - Я чувствую его враждебность.

I sensed the real meaning of his letter - Я понял истинный смысл его письма.

Common sense is not so common. - Здравый смысл встречается не так уж часто.

She has a good sense of smell. - Она обладает хорошим обонянием.

Have you no sense of decency? - У вас что, нет никакого чувства приличия?

In theory their plan makes sense. - Теоретически их план вполне разумен.

They don't have the sense to admit defeat. - У них не хватает здравого смысла, чтобы признать поражение.

I don't get itit doesn't make sense. - Не понимаю — это бессмыслица какая-то.

He has no sense of responsibility. - У него нет чувства ответственности.

the narrow sense of a word - узкий смысл слова

He is lacking in common sense. - Ему не хватает здравого смысла.

Dogs have a keen sense of smell. - У собак очень развито обоняние.

What he says is right in a sense. - В каком-то смысле он прав.

Oh, sod it! I'm not making any sense, am I? - Черт возьми, я говорю ерунду, да?

I could sense her disapproval. - Я ощущал её осуждение.

This is true in a general sense. - В общем-то, это правда.

There's a deal of sense in that. - В этом есть большая доля правды.

She began to feel a sense of panic. - Она начала испытывать чувство паники.

She felt a great sense of betrayal. - Она ощутила сильное чувство предательства.

Yoga gives me a sense of inner calm. - Йога дает мне ощущение внутреннего покоя.

He felt a deep sense of shame. - Он ощущал глубокое чувство стыда /досады/. / Ему было очень стыдно.

Read this and tell me if it makes sense. - Прочитайте это и скажите, есть ли в этом смысл.

He felt a sense of insecurity. - Он испытывал чувство тревоги.

He has a strong sense of irony. - Он обладает сильным чувством иронии. / Он очень ироничный человек.

a very juvenile sense of humour - ребяческое чувство юмора

Dogs have a very good sense of smell. - У собак очень хорошее обоняние.

Perhaps he sensed your distrust. - Возможно, он почувствовал твоё недоверие.

He has no sense of decorum. - У него нет чувства приличия.

She has a keen sense of honor. - У неё обостренное чувство собственного достоинства.

He hasn't got an ounce of sense. - У него нет ни капли здравого смысла.

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Связанные термины:

dress sense: Someone's dress sense is their ability to choose clothes that make them look attractive .

great sense: If you have a sense of guilt or relief, for example, you feel guilty or relieved .

horse sense: common sense

make sense: If something makes sense, you can understand it.

moral sense: the ability to determine the rightness or wrongness of actions

real sense: If you have a sense of guilt or relief, for example, you feel guilty or relieved .

road sense: the ability to be a safe driver or pedestrian

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sense organ: Your sense organs are the parts of your body, for example your eyes and your ears, which enable you to be aware of things around you.

sixth sense: If you say that someone has a sixth sense, you mean that they seem to have a natural ability to know about things before other people, or to know things that other people do not know.

talk sense: If you say that someone talks sense, you mean that what they say is sensible .

vague sense: If you have a sense that something is the case, you think that it is the case, although you may not have firm, clear evidence for this belief.

common sense: Your common sense is your natural ability to make good judgments and to behave in a practical and sensible way.

fashion sense: a sense of style

in a sense: Sense is used in several expressions to indicate how true your statement is. For example, if you say that something is true in a sense, you mean that it is partly true, or true in one way . If you say that something is true in a general sense, you mean that it is true in a general way.

muscle sense: → kinesthesia

perfect sense: Something that is perfect is as good as it could possibly be.

sense danger: Danger is the possibility that someone may be harmed or killed.

sense strand: that strand of a double-stranded DNA molecule which serves as the template from which RNA, esp. messenger RNA, is transcribed

strong sense: If you have a sense of something such as duty or justice, you are aware of it and believe it is important.

sense something: You use something to refer to a thing, situation, event, or idea, without saying exactly what it is.

collective sense: If you have a sense that something is the case, you think that it is the case, although you may not have firm, clear evidence for this belief.

sense of humor: Someone who has a sense of humor often finds things amusing, rather than being serious all the time.

sense perception: perception by sight, touch, etc.

sense the mood: The mood of a group of people is the way that they think and feel about an idea, event, or question at a particular time.

sense of direction: Your sense of direction is your ability to know roughly where you are, or which way to go, even when you are in an unfamiliar place.

sense of humour: Someone who has a sense of humour often finds things amusing, rather than being serious all the time.

sense of occasion: If there is a sense of occasion when a planned event takes place, people feel that something special and important is happening.

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make sense of sth: When you make sense of something, you succeed in understanding it.

sense of proportion: If someone has a sense of proportion, they know what is really important and what is not.

see sense see reason: If you try to make someone see sense or see reason, you try to make them realize that they are wrong or are being stupid .

sense of humour failure: If there is a failure of something, for example a machine or part of the body, it goes wrong and stops working or developing properly.

word sense disambiguation: the process of identifying which sense of a word is being used in a particular context

a false sense of security: If something gives you a false sense of security, it makes you believe that you are safe when you are not.

to see sense to see reason: If you try to make someone see sense or see reason, you try to make them realize that they are wrong or are being stupid .

have a sense that/get a sense that: If you have a sense that something is true or get a sense that something is true, you think that it is true.

childlike wonder: Wonder is a feeling of great surprise and pleasure that you have, for example when you see something that is very beautiful, or when something happens that you thought was impossible .

humour: You can refer to the amusing things that people say as their humour .

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Однокоренные слова:

senseless - бессмысленный, без сознания, бесчувственный, безумный, глупый, нечувствительный
sensible - разумный, здравомыслящий, здравый, заметный, благоразумный, осмысленный
sensor - датчик, чувствительный элемент, воспринимающий элемент
sensate - чувственный, ощущать, чувствовать
sensing - чувствовать, ощущать, понимать
missense - бессмысленный, связанный с потерей
sensify - создавать вызывать ощущение
undersense - внутреннее чувство, интуиция, противоречивое чувство, задняя мысль

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