In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Psicología(object/sound) percibirso I perceive — ya veo
- Also, the survival of this fortified native centre implies they were not perceived as a threat to Rome.
- Additionally, the respondents perceived lack of personal resources and lack of interest among perioperative nurses to be possible barriers.
- The patient perceives a distorted reality but is usually unaware that he is ill.
- Nevertheless, some school clubs still perceived a need for the condition.
- I still find myself wondering how people perceive me as I move through this world.
- Spatial intelligence, the power to perceive form and give visual shape to ideas, is equally important.
- The respondents perceived few barriers in relation to themselves.
- In 2002, pop music is widely perceived to be manufactured, bland and glossy.
- The intuition perceives patterns and rhythms.
- No wonder: the genuinely erotic is often perceived as a threat by the status quo, even in France.
- Consequently, people within the same community may not perceive risk in the same way as their neighbours.
- For some, this discovery led them to perceive a lack in Australian society of shared moral values and of encouragement to live well.
- There is evidence to suggest that students do perceive benefit from ethics courses.
- I find it funny how people always forget to put into perspective what was perceived at the time.
- Smokers clearly perceive benefits from smoking, otherwise they would not pay to do it.
- Furthermore, faculty also perceived a lack of access to equipment and facilities.
- You could say that we perceive the world with the eye of the intellect, or the eye of the emotive self, but that's not the eye that perceives divine reality.
- I think people would perceive him a little differently from how they did in the '70s.
- Students generally perceive accounting as boring and dull.
- To come out to boos is one of the most strident messages you can receive about the way you are perceived as a person.
- A person who is conscious selectively perceives sensations, attending to some while filtering out others.
- People often perceive that these illnesses only happen to older people, however this clearly isn't the case.
- The silence could have been perceived in two different ways, I think.
- I believe that the name given to you by your parents can have a great bearing on your life, an influence on the person you become and the way in which people perceive you.
- We actually learn to perceive sounds and words from the continuous stream of speech.
- I was perceiving in terms of the topography and the topographical maps I had seen.
- People perceive me as a different character to what I actually am.
- Some asthmatic patients perceive the severity of their disease rather poorly.
- However, for us our own branding has been an issue as people perceive us as a data company, so we have to work hard to get out the message about our voice and converged abilities.
- For whatever reason, they seem to have a chip on their shoulders about how they are perceived by outsiders.
- Although instructors are trained, variation in assessments between groups are still perceived by students.
- Her ability to understand, to perceive the nature of the truth was what was being tested.
- Judging and perceiving characteristics may be the hardest to understand.
- Patients initially perceive a benefit while being treated, but this benefit disappears by one year.
- It would annoy me if that was what people perceived me to be here for.
- And besides, Smith says she's stopped worrying about how people perceive her.
- He said people often perceived vehicles to be going faster than they really were.
- People admire that quiet charm, perceiving great depth and understanding behind that gentle manner.
- The atmosphere of that period had been perceived at the time as posing a threat to their existence.
- Congress was a long way from conceiving itself to have this power or perceiving a need to exercise it.
2(realize)percatarse denotardarse cuenta de
3(regard)verhe is perceived as a latter-day Robin Hood — se lo ve / se lo considera como un Robin Hood moderno
- that is the perceived image of the organization — esa es la imagen que se tiene de la organización
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