v. 意识到; 察觉，发觉; 理解
If you perceive something, you see, notice, or realize it, especially when it is not obvious.
A key task is to get pupils to perceive for themselves the relationship between success and effort...
'Precisely what other problems do you perceive?' she asked.
If you perceive someone or something as doing or being a particular thing, it is your opinion that they do this thing or that they are that thing.
Stress is widely perceived as contributing to coronary heart disease...
They strangely perceive television as entertainment.
1. to become aware of through the senses;
2. become conscious of;
The first is something that has both movement and inertia. That we perceive.
It is a spiritual gift from God for a man to perceive his sins.
To perceive in terms of past experiences.
The visitors perceive that they are unwelcome and soon leave.
The Confederate States perceive that they cannot carry all before them with a rush.