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sense
sense n. 1 the faculty of sensation: (no single specific term although Balagtas in his "Florante at Laura" used "karamdaman," e.g., "limang karamdaman" - five senses. Not used now in this way). 2 sense of sight: paningin 3 sense of smell: pangamoy 4 sense of taste: panlasa 5 sense of hearing: pandinig 6 sense of touch: pandamdam 7 feeling: pakiramdam, damdamin 8 understanding: pangunawa 9 appreciation: pagpapahalaga 10 a clear or sound state of mind: bait 11 judgment, intelligence: talino, katalinuhan, isip, bait 12 common sense: sentido komun 13 meaning: kahulugan, diwa · v. 1 to feel, understand: dumama, madama, damahin, maramdaman, umunawa, maunawaan, unawain 2 to make sense, to be understand- able, to be reasonable: maunawaan, makatwiran 3 in a sense, in some respects or to some degree: sa ibang bagay, sa isang dako



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sense
sense n. 1 the faculty of sensation: (no single specific term although Balagtas in his "Florante at Laura" used "karamdaman," e.g., "limang karamdaman" - five senses. Not used now in this way). 2 sense of sight: paningin 3 sense of smell: pangamoy 4 sense of taste: panlasa 5 sense of hearing: pandinig 6 sense of touch: pandamdam 7 feeling: pakiramdam, damdamin 8 understanding: pangunawa 9 appreciation: pagpapahalaga 10 a clear or sound state of mind: bait 11 judgment, intelligence: talino, katalinuhan, isip, bait 12 common sense: sentido komun 13 meaning: kahulugan, diwa · v. 1 to feel, understand: dumama, madama, damahin, maramdaman, umunawa, maunawaan, unawain 2 to make sense, to be understand- able, to be reasonable: maunawaan, makatwiran 3 in a sense, in some respects or to some degree: sa ibang bagay, sa isang dako



common sense
common sense n. good sense in ev- eryday affairs: sentido komun, likas na pagkukuro-kuro, isip



tenacious
tenacious adj. 1 holding fast (in a physical or material sense): mahigpit kumapit (kumagat) 2 stubborn, persistent, holding fast (in a moral sense): matigas, mahigpit 3 reten- tive, as applied to memory, able to remember: matatandain, mahusay (magaling) ang memorya 4 hold- ing fast together: nagkakaisa-isa, magkakadikit



taste
taste v. 1 to try the flavor of something by taking a little into the mouth: tumikim, tikman 2 to get the flavor of by the sense of taste: lumasa, malasahan, lasahin, man- amnaman, namnamim 3 to eat or drink a litle bit of: tumikim, tikman 4 to experience, have: magdanas, dumanas, danasin, makaranas, maranasan, makatikim, matikman, magkaroon 5 to have a particular taste or flavor: magkaroon ng lasa, maglasa, may lasa · n. 1 a flavor: lasa 2 the sense by which the flavor of things is perceived: panlasa 3 a little bit: bahagya, katiting, kapiyangot 4 a liking: pagkagusto, kagustuhan 5 the ability to perceive and enjoy what is beautiful and excellent: mahusay pumili



sintido komun
sint´ido kom´un Sp n. common sense [var. sent´ido kom´un]



sanse since senyas smoke





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