Perceived easy sentence
Perceived sentence example:
a) “I asked her if she perceived any hint of threat”.
b) “He didn’t have to explain how accusing his opponent would be perceived”.
“It has been defined simply as the perceived quality of intentionally shared information from a sender”.
Perceive is defined as to see, hear or feel something or to have an understanding of something.
An example of perceive is what a woman might think about giving birth after hearing other women’s birth stories.
When we perceive something, we become aware of notice it. Sometimes we perceive things by using our sense of sight, hearing and smell.
Or we can use our mind to perceive things, which means that we are able to recognize or understand them.
Perceived or perception
Perception is the way you think about or understand someone/something.
However, perception is colored by our past experiences, feelings and thoughts.
The same scene can be understood in two different ways by two different individuals.
Two individuals looking at the same picture would interpret it in two ways.
Become aware or conscious of something, come to realize or understand.
Identify, appreciate, regard, consider, appraise, assess, adjudge.
To see something or someone or/and to notice something that is obvious. “I perceived a note of unhappiness in her voice”.
If you perceive something, you see notice or realize it, especially when it is not obvious.
“many young people do not perceive the need to consider pensions at all”.
“Precisely what other problems do you perceive? She ask”.
If you perceive someone/ something as doing or being a particular thing, it is your opinion that they do this thing or that they are that thing.