Significado de “perceive” - en el Diccionario Inglés

perceive en inglés británico

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perceiveverb [ T ]

uk /pəˈsiːv/ us /pɚ-/

perceive verb [ T ] (BELIEVE)

C1 to come to an opinion about something, or have a belief about something:

How do the French perceive the British?
Women's magazines are often perceived to be superficial.

Más ejemplos

  • America is perceived of as being less class-conscious than Britain.
  • He perceives himself to be a failure, though nothing could be further from the truth.
  • She perceives me as some sort of tyrant.
  • How do you perceive your new role?
  • New technology was perceived to be a threat to employment.

(Definición de perceive del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

perceive en inglés americano

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perceiveverb [ T ]

us /pərˈsiv/

perceive verb [ T ] (THINK OF)

to think of something in a particular way:

The way people perceive the real world is strongly influenced by the language they speak.
In those days, crime wasn’t even perceived as a problem.

perceive verb [ T ] (NOTICE)

to notice something or someone by using sight, sound, touch, taste, or smell:

I perceived something moving in the shadows.

(Definición de perceive del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)