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ap·per·ceive

 (ăp′ər-sēv′)
tr.v. ap·per·ceived, ap·per·ceiv·ing, ap·per·ceives
1. To perceive (something) while being conscious of perceiving.
2. To perceive (something) in terms of past experience.

[Back-formation from apperception.]

apperceive

(ˌæpəˈsiːv)
vb (tr)
1. to be aware of perceiving
2. (Psychology) psychol to comprehend by assimilating (a perception) to ideas already in the mind
[C19: from Old French aperceveir, from Latin percipere to perceive]

ap•per•ceive

(ˌæp ərˈsiv)

v.t. -ceived, -ceiv•ing.
to comprehend from previous experience.
[1250–1300; < Old French aperceivre. See ap–1, pertain]

apperceive


Past participle: apperceived
Gerund: apperceiving

Imperative
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Present
I apperceive
you apperceive
he/she/it apperceives
we apperceive
you apperceive
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Preterite
I apperceived
you apperceived
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we apperceived
you apperceived
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Present Continuous
I am apperceiving
you are apperceiving
he/she/it is apperceiving
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Present Perfect
I have apperceived
you have apperceived
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Past Continuous
I was apperceiving
you were apperceiving
he/she/it was apperceiving
we were apperceiving
you were apperceiving
they were apperceiving
Past Perfect
I had apperceived
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Future
I will apperceive
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Future Perfect
I will have apperceived
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Future Continuous
I will be apperceiving
you will be apperceiving
he/she/it will be apperceiving
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been apperceiving
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been apperceiving
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he/she/it will have been apperceiving
we will have been apperceiving
you will have been apperceiving
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been apperceiving
you had been apperceiving
he/she/it had been apperceiving
we had been apperceiving
you had been apperceiving
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Conditional
I would apperceive
you would apperceive
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Past Conditional
I would have apperceived
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.apperceive - perceive in terms of a past experience
psychological science, psychology - the science of mental life
perceive, comprehend - to become aware of through the senses; "I could perceive the ship coming over the horizon"
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