cognize

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cognize

(ˈkɒɡnaɪz; kɒɡˈnaɪz) or

cognise

vb
(tr) to perceive, become aware of, or know

cognize


Past participle: cognized
Gerund: cognizing

Imperative
cognize
cognize
Present
I cognize
you cognize
he/she/it cognizes
we cognize
you cognize
they cognize
Preterite
I cognized
you cognized
he/she/it cognized
we cognized
you cognized
they cognized
Present Continuous
I am cognizing
you are cognizing
he/she/it is cognizing
we are cognizing
you are cognizing
they are cognizing
Present Perfect
I have cognized
you have cognized
he/she/it has cognized
we have cognized
you have cognized
they have cognized
Past Continuous
I was cognizing
you were cognizing
he/she/it was cognizing
we were cognizing
you were cognizing
they were cognizing
Past Perfect
I had cognized
you had cognized
he/she/it had cognized
we had cognized
you had cognized
they had cognized
Future
I will cognize
you will cognize
he/she/it will cognize
we will cognize
you will cognize
they will cognize
Future Perfect
I will have cognized
you will have cognized
he/she/it will have cognized
we will have cognized
you will have cognized
they will have cognized
Future Continuous
I will be cognizing
you will be cognizing
he/she/it will be cognizing
we will be cognizing
you will be cognizing
they will be cognizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cognizing
you have been cognizing
he/she/it has been cognizing
we have been cognizing
you have been cognizing
they have been cognizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cognizing
you will have been cognizing
he/she/it will have been cognizing
we will have been cognizing
you will have been cognizing
they will have been cognizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cognizing
you had been cognizing
he/she/it had been cognizing
we had been cognizing
you had been cognizing
they had been cognizing
Conditional
I would cognize
you would cognize
he/she/it would cognize
we would cognize
you would cognize
they would cognize
Past Conditional
I would have cognized
you would have cognized
he/she/it would have cognized
we would have cognized
you would have cognized
they would have cognized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cognize - be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about; "I know that the President lied to the people"; "I want to know who is winning the game!"; "I know it's time"
keep track - keep informed of fully aware; "I keep track of the stock market developments"
know - be aware of the truth of something; have a belief or faith in something; regard as true beyond any doubt; "I know that I left the key on the table"; "Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun"
agnise, agnize, realize, recognize, realise, recognise - be fully aware or cognizant of
References in classic literature ?
The word "recognized" in Dunlap's quotation should be "cognized.") "The object itself can never be identified with the present modification of the individual's consciousness by which it is cognized" (ib.
I have already criticized this view, and will not dwell upon it now, beyond saying that "the process by which objects are cognized" appears to be a very slippery phrase.
According to whether a tag which has been already cognized by the reader is prohibited from responding afterwards or not, the tag cognizance schemes are classified into a clan of restricted schemes [16][18] and a clan of unrestricted schemes [9][17][19][22].
This poses a serious threat to the people of Tamil Nadu, to its unity, to its simplistic, cognized culture.
We therefore become the 'object' that cannot be an 'object,' the thing that cannot be intuitively cognized in time and space (and so must be 'transcendental'), that strikes us with the immediacy of this very moment, that appears to somehow stand outside a nature that is all-encompassing otherwise.
In the seen there is only the seen, in the heard there is only the heard, in the senses there is only the sensed, in the cognized there is only the cognized: this, Bahiya, is how you should train yourself.
An other resolution states India's aggression aims at distracting attention from its atrocities in Indian-held Kashmir cognized borders.
The language which constitutes the world-building elements and function-advancing propositions of the literary narrative text thus predominantly functions--or more precisely, is predominantly cognized by the reader--as a set of instructions guiding the imagination in the construction of a mental representation (i.e., the text world).
In his Kritik der Sogenannten Praktischen Erkenntnis Ross draws a distinction between 'formal ethics' (a paradigmatic example of which is Kant's ethics of duty) and 'material ethics' (embracing value ethics and teleological ethics) and writes explicitly that the former is based on the concept of will establishing the norms, while the latter--on the concept of norms (values, or ends) lying outside the will and cognized by reason.
The participants were given presentations and were cognized with different techniques and handling protocols which are necessary during any experimental work in lab in order to prevent from hazardous incidents.
He studied the religious and secular sciences of his time and cognized the world; he differentiated evil and good and passed all stages of spiritual perfection and became the perfect human.