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discern

verb /diˈsəːn/
(formal) to see or realize; to notice
percibir, distinguir, darse cuenta
We could discern from his appearance that he was upset.
Translations of “discern”
in Korean 분간하다…
in Arabic يَتبَيّن, يَفهَم…
in French discerner…
in Italian discernere, distinguere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 看出, 辨別出, 明白…
in Russian увидеть, разглядеть…
in Turkish farketmek, farkına varmak, ayırt etmek…
in Polish dostrzegać…
in Portuguese discernir…
in German erkennen…
in Catalan discernir…
in Japanese 見分ける…
in Chinese (Simplified) 看出, 辨别出, 明白…
(Definition of discern from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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