v. 感觉( perceive的过去式和过去分词 ); 视为; 认为; 理解为
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. detected by instinct or inference rather than by recognized perceptual cues;
2. detected by means of the senses;
I perceived a change in his behaviour.
On entering his house, we at once perceived him to be tasteful.
They perceived that the enemy was trying to wear down their resistance.
Soon the boy perceived the snake to be a dead one.
I perceived that I could not make him change his mind.