the act or faculty of perceiving, or apprehending by means of the senses or of the mind; cognition; understanding.
immediate or intuitive recognition or appreciation, as of moral, psychological, or aesthetic qualities; insight; intuition; discernment:
an artist of rare perception.
the result or product of perceiving, as distinguished from the act of perceiving; percept.
Psychology. a single unified awareness derived from sensory processes while a stimulus is present.
Law. the taking into possession of rents, crops, profits, etc.
the act or the effect of perceiving
insight or intuition gained by perceiving
the ability or capacity to perceive
way of perceiving; awareness or consciousness; view: advertising affects the customer’s perception of a product
the process by which an organism detects and interprets information from the external world by means of the sensory receptors
(law) the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents, crops, etc
perception per·cep·tion (pər-sěp’shən)
The process, act, or faculty of perceiving.
Recognition and interpretation of sensory stimuli based chiefly on memory.
verb (used with object) 1. to carry out; execute; do: to perform miracles. 2. to go through or execute in the proper, customary, or established manner: to perform the marriage ceremony. 3. to carry into effect; fulfill: Perform what you promise. 4. to act (a play, part, etc.), as on the stage, in movies, or […]
[self-per-pech-oo-ey-ting, self-] /ˈsɛlf pərˈpɛtʃ uˌeɪ tɪŋ, ˌsɛlf-/ adjective 1. continuing oneself in office, rank, etc., beyond the normal limit. 2. capable of indefinite continuation. self-perpetuating adjective 1. (of machine, emotion, idea, etc) continuing or prevailing without any external agency or intervention
noun 1. the act of persuading or seeking to persuade. 2. the power of persuading; persuasive force. 3. the state or fact of being persuaded or convinced. 4. a deep conviction or belief. 5. a form or system of belief, especially religious belief: the Quaker persuasion. 6. a sect, group, or faction holding or advocating […]
noun 1. pity for oneself, especially a self-indulgent attitude concerning one’s own difficulties, hardships, etc.: We must resist yielding to self-pity and carry on as best we can. noun 1. the act or state of pitying oneself, esp in an exaggerated or self-indulgent manner