- waarnemen, percipiëren, registreren
- to become aware of through the senses
"I could perceive the ship coming over the horizon"
- We tend to perceive what we expect to perceive.
- She will perceive his irony.
- I perceive myself as my own god.
- He could not perceive any difference between the twins.
- Minds that have nothing to confer find little to perceive.
- I perceive by your face that you have good news.
- There are wavelengths of light that the human eye cannot perceive.
- He actually thought that the human body extended into other dimensions that we can't perceive. What a funny man!
- Your success depends a lot on how your manager and other people in the office perceive you.
- Businesses perceive as competitors a narrow range of the business world; there are many cases where they don't understand their real rivals.
- to perceive correctly his/her environment.
- The driver may need to perceive and act on safety-relevant information within a short timescale.
- The warning is available in such a way or form that the driver can readily perceive it.
- Should a Member State perceive a difficulty with the establishment of the alert, its Sirene bureau shall inform the issuing Member State.
- The fact that STAF is distributed via different sales channels also indicates that consumers perceive STAF differently from other types of footwear.