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sense

美 [sens]
英 [sens]
  • n.意识;意义;理智;判断力
  • v.意识到;感觉到;觉察出;检测出
  • 网络感官;意思;见识
复数:senses  现在分词:sensing  过去式:sensed  
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n.
视觉、听觉等sight/hearing, etc.
1.
[c]
感觉官能(即视、听、嗅、味、触五觉)one of the five powers (sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch) that your body uses to get information about the world around you
the five senses
五种感觉官能
Dogs have a keen(= strong) sense of smell.
狗的嗅觉很灵敏。
the sense organs(= eyes, ears, nose, etc.)
感觉器官
I could hardly believe the evidence of my own senses(= what I could see, hear, etc.) .
我简直不敢相信自己的感觉。
The mixture of sights, smells and sounds around her made her senses reel.
四周的物象、气味和声音纷至沓来,使她晕头转向。
感觉feeling
2.
[c]
(对重大事情的)感觉,意识a feeling about sth important
He felt an overwhelming sense of loss.
他感到非常失落。
a strong sense of purpose/identity/duty, etc.
重大意义、很强的身份认同感、很强的责任感等
Helmets can give cyclists a false sense of security .
头盔能给骑自行车的人一种虚假的安全感。
I had the sense that he was worried about something.
我感觉他有心事。
理解;判断understanding/judgement
3.
[sing]
理解力;判断力an understanding about sth; an ability to judge sth
One of the most important things in a partner is a sense of humour(= the ability to find things funny or make people laugh) .
作为一个生活伴侣,最重要的素质之一是幽默感。
He has a very good sense of direction(= finds the way to a place easily) .
他的方向感很强。
She has lost all sense of direction in her life.
她完全丧失了生活的方向。
Always try to keep a sense of proportion(= of the relative importance of different things) .
对事情随时都要把握好孰轻孰重。
a sense of rhythm/timing
节奏感;时机感
Alex doesn't have any dress sense(= does not know which clothes look attractive) .
亚历克斯对服装毫无鉴赏力。
4.
[u]
见识;良好的判断;清醒的认识good understanding and judgement; knowledge of what is sensible or practical behaviour
You should have the sense to take advice when it is offered.
你要知道好歹,别人给你忠告,就该接受。
There's no sense in(= it is not sensible) worrying about it now.
现在大可不必为那件事忧虑。
Can't you talk sense(= say sth sensible) ?
你就不能说点正经的?
There's a lot of sense in what Mary says.
玛丽说得很在理。
正常的精神状态normal state of mind
5.
[pl]
健全的心智;清醒的思维能力;理智a normal state of mind; the ability to think clearly
If she threatens to leave, it should bring him to his senses .
假如她威胁着要走,说不定他会清醒过来。
He waited for Dora to come to her senses and return.
他盼着多拉冷静下来后回来。
Are you out of your senses ? You'll be killed!
你疯了吗?你会丢了性命的!
Why does she want to marry him? She must have taken leave of her senses .
她怎么会要嫁给他呢?她准是脑子有毛病了。
意义meaning
6.
[c]
意义;含义;理解…的方式;看待…的角度the meaning that a word or phrase has; a way of understanding sth
The word ‘love’ is used in different senses by different people.
“爱”这个字不同的人用来表示不同的意思。
education in its broadest sense
最广泛意义上的教育
He was a true friend, in every sense of the word(= in every possible way) .
无论从哪个角度讲,他都是个真正的朋友。
In a sense(= in one way) it doesn't matter any more.
从某种意义上说,这事已无关紧要了。
In some senses(= in one or more ways) the criticisms were justified.
在一定意义上,那些批评意见是有道理的。
In no sense can the issue be said to be resolved.
无论如何这个问题都不能说已经解决了。
There is a sense in which we are all to blame for the tragedy.
在某种意义上,对这个悲剧我们大家都有责任。
IDM
knock/talk some sense into sb
开导某人别干傻事;强使某人理智行事to try and persuade sb to stop behaving in a stupid way, sometimes using rough or violent methods
This sentence doesn't make sense.
这个句子不通。
It makes sense to buy the most up-to-date version.
买最新的版本是明智的。
John wasn't making much sense on the phone.
约翰在电话上说得不大清楚。
Who would send me all these flowers? It makes no sense.
谁会给我送这么多花呢?真不可思议。
make sense
有道理;有意义;讲得通to have a meaning that you can easily understand
This sentence doesn't make sense.
这个句子不通。
是明智的;合乎情理to be a sensible thing to do
It makes sense to buy the most up-to-date version.
买最新的版本是明智的。
表述清楚;易于理解;道理明显to be easy to understand or explain
John wasn't making much sense on the phone.
约翰在电话上说得不大清楚。
Who would send me all these flowers? It makes no sense.
谁会给我送这么多花呢?真不可思议。
make sense of sth
理解,弄懂(不易理解的事物)to understand sth that is difficult or has no clear meaning
see sense
变得明智起来;开始明白事理to start to be sensible or reasonable
Candles on the table gave the evening a sense of occasion.
桌上点了一些蜡烛,使得那个晚上有一种特别的气氛。
a sense of occasion
隆重的(或特别的)气氛a feeling or understanding that an event is important or special
Candles on the table gave the evening a sense of occasion.
桌上点了一些蜡烛,使得那个晚上有一种特别的气氛。
v.
感觉become aware
1.
感觉到;意识到;觉察出to become aware of sth even though you cannot see it, hear it, etc.
Sensing danger, they started to run.
他们感到有危险,撒腿就跑。
Lisa sensed that he did not believe her.
莉萨意识到他不相信她。
Thomas, she sensed, could convince anyone of anything.
她觉得,托马斯能说服任何人相信任何事。
He sensed someone moving around behind him.
他感觉有人在他后面走动。
He sensed something move in the bushes.
他察觉到灌木丛中有什么东西在动。
She could sense how nervous he was.
她能感觉到他有多紧张。
机器of machine
2.
~ sth
检测出to discover and record sth
equipment that senses the presence of toxic gases
检测有毒气体的设备

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