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NOUN1   a sense | senses
NOUN2   sense | -
VERB  to sense | sensed | sensed ... 
SYNO   common sense | good sense | gumption ... 
sensé {adj} [idée]sound [idea: sensible]
sentir qc. [une présence]to sense sth.
flairer sense sth. [danger etc.]
pressentir sense sth. [danger]
sens {m}sense
2 Words: Verbs
faire sensto make sense
avoir du sensto make sense
entendre raisonto see sense
2 Words: Nouns
bon esprit {m}(good) sense
bon sens {m}common sense
sens {m} communcommon sense
ling. figuré {m}figurative sense
bon sens {m}good sense
3 Words: Others
d'un certain point de vue {adv}in a sense
à tout point de vue {adv}in every sense
dans cet esprit {adv}in this sense
Cela tombe sous le sens.That makes sense.
3 Words: Verbs
avoir le sens des affairesto have business sense
3 Words: Nouns
civisme {m}(sense of) citizenship
pudeur {f}(sense of) modesty
sens {m} de l'équilibresense of balance
sentiment {m} d'avoir été trahisense of betrayal
sens {m} du devoirsense of duty
sensation {f} d'euphoriesense of euphoria
ouïe {f}sense of hearing
sens {m} de l'honneursense of honor [Am.]
sens {m} de l'honneursense of honour [Br.]
sens {m} du devoirsense of obligation
pudeur {f}sense of propriety
mus. sens {m} du rythmesense of rhythm
odorat {m}sense of smell
toucher {m}sense of touch
sens {m} du touchersense of touch
4 Words: Others
en dépit du bon sens {adv}contrary to common sense
Cela ne rime à rien !It makes no sense!
4 Words: Verbs
avoir un sixième sens [fig.]to have a sixth sense [fig.]
4 Words: Nouns
manque {m} d'humourno sense of humor [Am.]
manque {m} d'humourno sense of humour [Br.]
psych. estime {f} de soisense of self-worth
sensation {f} de bien-êtresense of well-being
5+ Words: Verbs
faire appel à l'honneur de appeal to sb.'s sense of honor [Am.]
faire appel à l'honneur de appeal to sb.'s sense of honour [Br.]
écouter son devoirto be guided by a sense of duty
se laisser endormir dans une sécurité trompeuseto be lulled into a false sense of security
cuis. émousser le goûtto dull one's sense of taste
responsabiliser give sb. a sense of responsibility
être pince-sans-rireto have a deadpan sense of humour
avoir un but dans la vieto have a sense of purpose
posséder un sens de l'humour décaléto have an offbeat sense of humor [Am.]
posséder un sens de l'humour décaléto have an offbeat sense of humour [Br.]
garder les pieds sur terre [fam.] [fig.]to keep a sense of proportion
garder les priorités en vue [ne rien exagérer]to keep a sense of proportion
garder une juste mesure en toute choseto keep a sense of proportion in all things [idiom]
blesser la pudeur de offend sb.'s sense of decency
offenser la pudeur de offend sb.'s sense of decency
cuis. stimuler le goûtto stimulate one's sense of taste
Fiction (Literature and Film)
littérat. F Raison et SentimentsSense and Sensibility [Jane Austen]
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