⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'common sense' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   common sense | -
SYNO common sense | good sense | gumption | ...
common sense {noun}мъдрост {ж}
common sense {noun}здрав разум {м}
lack of common sense {noun}неразсъдителност {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Cyc was an attempt to build a huge encyclopedic knowledge base that would contain not just expert knowledge but common-sense knowledge.
  • The position of adverbs is flexible, though constrained by common sense.
  • which can be found in his "Metaphysics and Common Sense" (1969).
  • In Braid's day, the Scottish School of Common Sense provided the dominant theories of academic psychology, and Braid refers to other philosophers within this tradition throughout his writings.
  • First aid involves making common sense decisions in the best interest of an injured person.
  • However, common sense suggests the non-existence of such things as fictional characters or places.
  • His French-language book "Le défi des langues — Du gâchis au bon sens" (The Language Challenge: From Chaos to Common Sense, 1994) is a kind of psychoanalysis of international communication.
  • Hoping to capture common sense knowledge, Cyc focuses on implicit knowledge that other AI platforms may take for granted.
  • Jefferson names Cicero as one of a handful of major figures who contributed to a tradition "of public right" that informed his draft of the Declaration of Independence and shaped American understandings of "the common sense" basis for the right of revolution.
  • Detection and attribution of climate signals, as well as its common-sense meaning, has a more precise definition within the climate change literature, as expressed by the IPCC.
  • Various arguments have been suggested in the monism-pluralism-dispute. Common-sense seems to favor value pluralism: values are ascribed to a wide range of different things like happiness, liberty, friendship, etc.
  • is a simple and insightful, traditional saying that expresses a perceived truth based on common sense or experience.
  • In its most common sense, philosophical methodology is the field of inquiry studying the methods used to do philosophy.
  • This thesis does not deny our common-sense intuition that the distinct objects we encounter in our everyday affairs like cars or other people exist.
  • Common issues include the translation of ambiguous parts whose correct translation requires common sense-like semantic language processing or context.
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