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intuit

verb [T] uk   /ɪnˈtjuː.ɪt/ us    /ɪnˈtuː-/ formal
to know or understand something because of a feeling that you have rather than because of facts or what someone has told you: [+ that] He intuited that I was worried about the situation.
Translations of “intuit”
in Chinese (Traditional) 直覺, 憑直覺感到…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直觉, 直觉力…
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