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intuition 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌint(y)o͞oˈiSHən/,
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intuitions, plural;
  1. The ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning
    • - we shall allow our intuition to guide us
  2. A thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning
    • - your insights and intuitions as a native speaker are positively sought

  1. instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
  2. an impression that something might be the case; "he had an intuition that something had gone wrong"
  3. (intuitive) spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency; "an intuitive revulsion"
  4. (intuitively) in an intuitive manner; "inventors seem to have chosen intuitively a combination of explosive and aggressive sounds as warning signals to be used on automobiles"
  5. The Amiga computer was launched by Commodore in 1985 with a GUI called Workbench based on an internal engine which drives all the input events called Intuition, and developed almost entirely by RJ Mical. ...
  6. Intuition is the eighth album by Angela Bofill, and was her first and only release on Capitol Records in 1988.
  7. Intuition is the philosophical method of French philosopher Henri Bergson.
  8. Intuition is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). It was reissued on CD by Original Jazz Classics in 1995.
  9. Intuition is the debut album by the Danish eurodance producer DJ Encore featuring the vocals of singer Engelina. It was released in Denmark on 8 October 2001 and in the United States on 20 January 2002.
  10. Intuition is the third studio album by actor and singer Jamie Foxx. It was released on December 16, 2008 in the United States under J Records. The album reached the top three on the U.S. Billboard 200 album charts, and #1 on the Top U.S. ...
  11. Alternative spelling of intuition
  12. (intuitive) One who has (especially parapsychological) intuition; spontaneous, without requiring conscious thought; easily understood or grasped by intuition; having a marked degree of intuition
  13. (intuitively) Done with skill, but without special training or planning; instinctively
  14. (Intuitions) Judgments given by native speakers about the grammaticality, interpretation and structure of expressions in their language.
  15. (intuitive) instinctive, untaught
  16. (Intuitive) A person who can pick up on thoughts and feelings of other life forms, as well as signals of nature. While all psychics are intuitives, not all intuitives are psychics. Psychics tend to get more specific detail, while intuitives work primarily with emotions. ...
  17. (Intuitive) Even the marketing people understand it.
  18. (Intuitive) Knowing instinctively, without formal information or awareness.  Intuition is often associated with gut reactions, and the psychic origin of the intuitive feelings is overlooked.
  19. (Intuitive) Many people, for reasons ranging from lack of time to apathy, do not bother to read instruction manuals. This refers to how easy it would be to understand the software as being straight forward without having read any instructions.
  20. (Intuitive) Modifying a NURB surface using control vertices, weights, and knots is for mathematicians, not designers. Next generation modeling methods provide an alternative method using push, pull, twist, and deform.
  21. (Intuitive) This refers to how easy it is to operate a system without training. The system was so intuitive that I felt at ease using it after only a short time.
  22. (Intuitive) Usually a sign of experience, it enables a player to choose a move or plan by feel or common sense as opposed to detailed analysis.
  23. (Intuitive) You don't need an IT degree to use it!
  24. (Intuitive) or Intuition is the power of guidance from a higher power. This is how psychics seem to always know the right answer and which path people should choose.
  25. (intuitive) Understanding (of a statement or a piece of knowledge) is described as intuitive when it is, or can be, reached without support of any argument.