sense in Arabic

sense

( sense - sɛns - sens )

(English to Arabic translation)

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Synonyms of : sense

accept
accepts
appreciation
appreciations
apprehend
apprehended
apprehending
apprehends
apprehension
apprehensions
awake
awakes
bearing
brain
brains
capillus
catch
catches
chants
cognisance
cognizance
come round
comprehend
comprehended
comprehending
comprehends
comprehension
conceive
conceives
conceiving
concept
conception
conceptions
concepts
consciousness
consciousnesses
course
courses
decorum
direction
discern
discerned
discernment
discerns
emotion
feel
feeling
feels
fell
felt
felts
finger
follow
follows
furriness
get at
got at
grasp
grasps
gust
gusts
hair
handle
handles
hear
hear of
hears
import
instinct
instinct with
instincts
intellect
intellects
intelligence
intelligences
judiciousness
knew
know
know of
knowledge
knows
layer
layered
layering
layers
learn
learns
made out
make out
maturities
maturity
meaning
meaningfulness
meanings
mentalities
mentality
mind
minds
moral
moral of a fable
movement
movements
notifies
notify
notifying
observe
observes
observing
orientation
orientations
overhaul
overhauled
overhauling
overhauls
overtake
overtakes
overtook
palate
palates
pate
penetrate
penetrated
penetrates
perceive
perceived
perceives
perceiving
perception
perceptions
persuasion
persuasions
pick out
picket
picketed
pickets
pierce
pierced
pierces
poetries
poetry
psyche
puberty
pubescence
purport
purports
put across
quarter
range
realisation
realisations
realise
realised
realises
realization
realizations
realize
realized
realizes
reason
receptor
receptors
recognise
recognises
recognising
recognition
recognitions
recognize
recognizes
recognizing
regain consciousness
rejoin
responsiveness
rhyme
rhymes
right
savvy
science
see
seeing
sees
sensation
sensations
sense
sensed
senses
sensibilities
sensibility
sensing
significance
significances
signification
significations
skulk
skulking
skull
skulls
smart
smarts
sober up
song
sort out
steadies
steady
tact
tacts
tactus
take
take in
take-in
takes
taste
tastes
temper
tempers
tendencies
tendency
tenor
tenors
toque
touch
touche
touches
trend
trends
twig
twigged
twigs
understand
understanding
understandings
understands
understood
verse
verses
warn
warns
way

Example sentences of : sense

common sense knowledge
lull someone into a false sense of security
made sense of
make sense of
mark sense card
that player´s got a good sense of timing
Those teachers have a sense of vocation.

Antonyms of : sense