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intuition

noun [C or U]     /ˌɪn.tjuːˈɪʃ.ən/ US  /-tuː-/
(knowledge from) an ability to understand or know something immediately without needing to think about it, learn it or discover it by using reason 直覺;直覺力 Often there's no clear evidence one way or the other and you just have to base your judgment on intuition. 很多時候,往往沒有這樣或那樣的確鑿證據,你只好憑直覺進行判斷。 [+ (that)] I can't explain how I knew - I just had an intuition that you'd been involved in an accident. 我無法解釋我是如何知道的,我只是憑直覺感到你捲入了一次意外。 Predicting things and intuition
Translations of “intuition”
in Arabic حَدس…
in Korean 직감…
in Malaysian gerak hati…
in French intuition…
in Turkish sezgi, önsezi, içe doğma…
in Italian intuito…
in Russian интуиция…
in Polish intuicja…
in Vietnamese trực giác, linh cảm…
in Spanish intuición…
in Portuguese intuição…
in Thai การหยั่งรู้ที่เกิดขึ้นในใจ, สัญชาตญาณ…
in German die Intuition…
in Catalan intuïció…
in Japanese 直感…
in Indonesian intuisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直觉, 直觉力…
(Definition of intuition from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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