Italian English Dictionary

italiano - English

senso in English:

1. sense

He makes sense.
Admittedly your plan makes sense, but I still think it will be very hard to carry out.
In a sense, such a political movement may be called a revolution.
Blind people sometimes develop a compensatory ability to sense the proximity of objects around them.
It's talking about how, thanks to air transport, we've lost the sense of 'season' for foodstuffs.
Suppose for a moment that pigeons had something in their heads which could sense magnetic fields.
If you see language as a living being, formed by the entity of all speakers, dividing strictly into "right" and "wrong" makes little sense.
If you're with me as a staff officer then I need you to bring a sense of danger with you to your work.
In the strict sense of the term, a true democracy has never existed, and never will exist. It is against natural order that the great number should govern and that the few should be governed.
As children are known to emulate the values of adults, it is often pointed out such "education mamas" instill a warped sense of values in their children.
The sense of humor is mysteriously bound up with national characteristics.
There is in all barbarian communities a profound sense of the disparity between man's and woman's work.
Benjamin called the sense of awe and reverence experienced before a great work of art "aura".
There's more to her than you think. She may seem pretty meek on first glance, but I get the sense she can get things done when she needs to.
Those two used to get along so well together but even with them you can sense a chill coming on.

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