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per·ceive

(pər-sēv′)
v.
1. To become aware of directly through any of the senses, especially sight or hearing.
2. To achieve understanding of; apprehend.

per·ceiv′a·ble adj.
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Not only was our 16-inch, intermediate gas system test barrel smooth recoiling, but it generated no perceivable blowback when suppressed with a Surefire SOCOM5.56-RC2.
New data shows consumer perceivable improvements in the appearance of hair.
The results are verified by carrying out subjective and objective assessment on test vehicle for perceivable jerk.
Many thinkers and writers have even questioned the justice and rightness of God's perceived actions--or lack of perceivable action.
It was clearly perceivable that there is a lot of unsatisfied demand in technological know-how and investments in Iran and a great general interest in German plants and lines with high quality standards.
The frog's legs with parsley puree, something you don't see too often, was under seasoned and the puree didn't have any perceivable flavour.
Others I have come across are "manually handwritten" and "visually perceivable" (equals can be seen).
If they are going to keep the accountants happy then there isn't really a perceivable way that doesn't involve cuts.
Through its collaboration with MCAP in this JV, further increase of asset in this field is perceivable.
Al-Halqi attributed a perceivable tourist activity to an "expanding patch of safety and the retrieving of normalcy in most of the Syrian areas," saluting the Syrian army which is securing roads for citizens to travel, move and spend holidays.
The streaming video quality testing capabilities of Nemo tools will be enhanced by PEVQ-S, providing standardised exact qualification of video quality and the ability to benchmark video streaming QoE levels, as well as identify perceivable artifacts of network congestion and indicate the available headroom for optimisation.