- n.<美>缝纫用的杂货（如针、线等）; 概念( notion的名词复数 ); 观念; 突然的念头; 意图
We all start with preconceived notions of what we want from life.
I'd had a few notions about being a journalist.
a political system based on the notions of equality and liberty
Before I started the job, I had no preconceived notions of what it would be like.
Don't get carried away with romantic notions.
I didn't want to make things worse by coming up with half-baked notions.
The notions we children were able to form of the great world beyond were exceedingly nebulous.
It is essential first to deracinate preconceived notions.
He, too, tackled the notions of limit and continuity.
It is essential first to get rid of preconceived notions.
He found he couldn't string along with their unrealistic notions.
His notions on the subject were not very clear.
He would let her manage everything and carry out all her notions.
The exclusively comparative method brought in a set of false notions.
Enclid next lays down five postulates and five common notions.
There are many false notions about it.