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perception Искать примеры произношения
Your perception of something is the way that you think about it or the impression you have of it.
He is interested in how our perceptions of death affect the way we live.
N-COUNT: usu poss N, N of n
Someone who has perception realizes or notices things that are not obvious.
It did not require a great deal of perception to realise the interview was over.
Perception is the recognition of things using your senses, especially the sense of sight.
N-COUNT: usu with supp
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extra-sensory perception Искать примеры произношения
also extrasensory perception
Extra-sensory perception means knowing without using your ordinary senses such as sight and hearing. Some people believe this is possible. The abbreviation ESP
is also used.

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 Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary 4th edition (3)
 Concise Oxford English Dictionary, 11th edition (2)
 The Bbi Combinatory Dictionary of English (1)
 US Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary (1)

Примеры употребления слова "perception" в англоязычной прессе:

1.   To some extent the surprising figures arise from a false perception of safety among SUV-owners that encourages risk-taking and recklessness on the road, extending even to the non-use of seat belts. (Helsingin Sanomat, 2005-09-13)

2.   The visitor both observes, and participates in the action through experience, action, and perception", says Tuula Koskimies-Hautaniemi, regional director of the Institute of Migration. (Helsingin Sanomat, 2005-08-23)

3.   Inflation has not materially speeded up during the euro era. The compilers of the study think it is likely that people's perception of prices has permanently weakened. (Helsingin Sanomat, 2005-06-03)

4.   Forsblom notes that the perception of security depends very much on what time of day public transport is used, with normal commuting times - weekdays between seven in the morning and five in the evening - being seen as largely safe. "The problems start when it is dark, and weekend evenings are especially bad." The only way to improve the situation in Forsbloms view is to do something about the consumption of alcohol in public transport. (Helsingin Sanomat, 2005-12-16)

5.    Coming in the midst of a series of corruption scandals, it was perhaps no surprise yesterday that the latest index measuring the perception of graft in 180 countries should indicate that Greece has made little progress since last year. (Kathimerin, 2008-09-24)

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