sense


sense
I
n.
judgment

1) to display, show sense

2) common, good, horse (colloq.) sense

3) a grain of sense

4) the sense to + inf. (they don't have the sense to admit defeat)

5) (misc.) to bring smb. to her/his senses; to come to one's senses; to take leave of one's senses

logic

6) to make sense (her choice makes sense; it makes sense to file an application; can you make any sense out of this?)

reaction to stimuli

7) to sharpen the senses

8) to dull the senses

9) an intuitive; keen sense

10) the five senses

11) the sixth sense ('intuition')

feeling

12) (to have) a false sense (of security)

13) (misc.) a sense of humor

meaning

14) a figurative; literal, narrow, strict sense

15) in a sense (in the literal sense of the word; in every sense of the word)

appreciation

16) a sense of beauty

II

v. (L) she sensed immediately that smt. was wrong

* * *
[sens]
horse (colloq.) sense
keen sense
literal
narrow
show sense
strict sense
to come to one's senses
to take leave of one's senses
(L) she sensed immediately that smt. was wrong
(misc.) a sense of humor
(misc.) to bring smb. to her/his senses
['appreciation'] a sense of beauty
['judgment'] to display
['meaning'] a figurative
['reaction to stimuli'] to sharpen the senses
a grain of sense
an intuitive
the five senses
to dull the senses
the sixth sense ('intuition')
['logic'] to make sense (her choice makes sense; it makes sense to file an application; can you make any sense out of this?)
in a sense (in the literal sense of the word; in every sense of the word)
['feeling'] (to have) a false sense (of security)
the sense to + inf. (they don't have the sense to admit defeat)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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