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Translation of "perception" - English-Spanish dictionary

perception

noun   /pəˈsep.ʃən/
A a belief or opinion, often held by many people and based on how things seem idea, imagen We have to change the public’s perception that money is being wasted. These photographs will affect people’s perceptions of war.11061104
[no plural] the quality of being aware of things through the physical senses, especially sight percepción Drugs can alter your perception of reality.1120
[no plural] someone’s ability to notice and understand things that are not obvious to other people perspicacia She has extraordinary powers of perception for one so young. He’s not known for his perception.1120
(Definition of perception from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

perception

noun /pəˈsepʃən/
the ability to see, understand etc clearly percepción, perspicacia, agudeza a man of great perception.
perceptive /-tiv/ adjective
able to see, understand etc clearly perspicaz, agudo a very perceptive man.
perceptively adverb
con perspicacia/agudeza He perceptively spotted a gap in the market.
perceptiveness noun
perspicacia, agudeza
(Definition of perception from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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