perception
[pəˈsɛpʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
perceptions (plural noun)
  1. the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses.
    "the normal limits to human perception"
  2. the way in which something is regarded, understood, or interpreted.
    "Hollywood's perception of the tastes of the American public" ·
    "we need to challenge many popular perceptions of old age"
Origin
late Middle English: from Latin perceptio(n-), from the verb percipere ‘seize, understand’ ( see perceive).
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How to use perception in a sentence?
the right hemisphere plays an important role in mediating tactile perception of direction.

You must have a positive self perception in order to transcend anything.

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You must have a positive self perception in order to transcend anything.

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‘He wouldn't have accepted,’ said my mother with unusual perception.
just because I'm inexperienced doesn't mean that I lack perception.
the perception of the Soviet Union as a closed society had changed.
Hollywood's perception of the tastes of the American public.
we need to challenge many popular perceptions of old age.
studies on the fallibility of memory and perception.
philosophers had assimilated thought to perception.
there's a delta between perception and reality.
a delusive perception of opportunity for all.
she does not lack perception or native wit.
the normal limits to human perception.
the subjectivity of human perception.
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How to say perception in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)persepsie
Arabic (NOUN)التصور, تصور, الادراك, إدراك, تصورا, النظرة, المفهوم, مفهوم, الفهم
Bangla উপলব্ধি
Bosnian (Latin) percepcija
Bulgarian (NOUN)възприятие, схващането, представата, усещането
Cantonese (Traditional) 感知
Catalan (NOUN)percepció
Chinese Simplified 感知
Chinese Traditional 感知
Croatian (NOUN)percepcija, opažanje, shvaćanje, viđenje
Czech (NOUN)vnímání, chápavost, dojem, vjem, dojmu, představa
Danish (NOUN)opfattelse
Dutch (NOUN)perceptie, waarneming, beleving, gewaarwording, opvatting
Estonian (NOUN)taju, arusaam, tajumine, ettekujutus
Fijian me baleta
Filipino pandama
Finnish (NOUN)käsitys, havainto, aistimiseen, näkemys, aavistus
German (NOUN)Wahrnehmung, Vorstellung, Empfindung, Sichtweise, Auffassung, Erkenntnis
Greek (NOUN)αντίληψη, εντυπώσεων
Haitian Creole èsepsyon
Hebrew (NOUN)התפיסה, תפיסה, תפיסת, בתפיסה, לתפיסה, תפישת, ראיית
Hindi (NOUN)धारणा, बोध, अवधारणा
Hmong Daw xaav
Hungarian (NOUN)felfogás, érzékelés, észlelés, megítélése, észrevétel
Icelandic (NOUN)skynjun, viðhorf, skilning
Indonesian (NOUN)persepsi
Italian (NOUN)percezione
Japanese (NOUN)知覚, 認識, 認知
Kiswahili (NOUN)mtazamo
Korean (NOUN)인식, 지각이
Latvian (NOUN)uztvere, izpratne, uzskats, priekšstatu, viedoklis
Lithuanian (NOUN)suvokimas, jutimas, požiūrį, supratimą
Malagasy ahoana fandraisan' ny
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)persepsi, tanggapan
Maltese (NOUN)perċezzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål persepsjon
Persian (NOUN)ادراک, درک, تصور
Polish (NOUN)postrzeganie, percepcji, spostrzegawczość, przekonanie
Portuguese (NOUN)percepção
Querétaro Otomi percepción
Romanian (NOUN)percepţia
Russian (NOUN)восприятие, мнение, ощущение
Samoan vaaiga
Serbian (Cyrillic) перцепција
Serbian (Latin) percepcija
Slovak (NOUN)vnímanie, dojem, predstava
Slovenian (NOUN)dojemanje, zaznavanje, percepcije, prepričanje, mnenje, predstavo, mišljenje
Spanish (NOUN)percepción, opinión
Swedish (NOUN)föreställningen, uppfattning, varseblivning, hjälpmedelföreställning, synen, förnimmelse
Tahitian manao
Tamil கருத்து
Telugu అవగాహన
Thai การรับรู้
Tongan Fakakaukau
Turkish (NOUN)algı, ayrımı
Ukrainian (NOUN)сприйняття, думка
Urdu (NOUN)تصور
Welsh (NOUN)canfyddiad, amgyffrediad, argraff, ddehongliad, dybiaeth, syniad, teimlad, tybio
Yucatec Maya percepción
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