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  • intuitions

    • [ˌɪntjuˈiʃənz]

    释义

    • n.
      直觉( intuition的名词复数 ); 凭直觉感知的知识; 直觉力;
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    My intuitions proved correct.

    我的直觉是正确的.

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    Her perceptions and intuitions about human nature were fascinating.

    她对人性的理解和感知引人入胜。

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    You can't make a case on your intuitions, Phil.

    菲尔,你不能凭直觉来作出解释。

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    His intuitions were keen at times.

    他的感觉有时候非常敏锐.

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    They also resort to theories, predictions, and intuitions that are inherently incapable of exact proof.

    法官还借助理论 、 预测和直觉,这些在实际举证中是不可能得到的.

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    Intuitions or the general rules are not good enough to solve this problem.

    仅凭感性知识或笼统的规则,这一问题是不会得到解决的.

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    They trust their intuitions.

    他们相信他们的直觉.

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    Principle: All intuitions are extensive magnitudes.

    其原则是: 一切直观都是广延的量.

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    My intuitions are always right.

    我的直觉总是对的.

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    When it comes to living, we live through our instincts and our intuitions.

    说到生活, 我们通过本能和直觉生活.

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    Arguments in moral philosophy are rarely conclusive, partly because we each have mutually inconsistent intuitions.

    道德哲学的论据完全是结论性的, 部分是因为我们每个人都有不可同时为真的直觉.

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    It is the dare devil child of the intuitions which we have been having since childhood.

    它是直觉这个魔鬼的孩子,自小时候起,就一直伴随我们.

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