English words and Examples of Usage

use "perceive" in a sentence

It's true that some people perceive Uber as a threat, Nestmann said.

Extra folks need to learn this and perceive this aspect of the story.

We perceive computers as another device that extends our capabilities.

And then they’ll punish gay men who they perceive as being feminine in any way.”

But Martin Groheim tells DW the row has changed the way Vietnamese perceive China.

But we don’t know what the animals perceive,"" Guterstam told Live Science."

And they are willing to pay more for what they perceive to be healthier fare.

As a native of the city, I am always curious to know how visitors perceive my hometown.

Some worried how others might perceive North Pole if marijuana dispensaries are allowed.

I think we have done a huge amount on this - changing the way people perceive Folkestone.

"What makes the problem worse is that people don't perceive of these environments as risky.

Only very rarely would we use the phone, in cases where we perceive serious problems," he said.

Also, from the air, we might perceive an empty boat as a boat in distress and go try to save it.

We can't know "why," so we become immediately angry about the unfairness we perceive as occurring.

Thoreau once remarked that we perceive, and are affected by changes too subtle to be described.

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