- [U]直觉 (power of) understanding things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning or study
- [C]凭直觉感知的知识 piece of knowledge gained about the missing jewels
instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
an impression that something might be the case;
"he had an intuition that something had gone wrong"
- He takes his ground on intuition.
- She sensed what was wrong by intuition.
- It was said in a flash of intuition.
- She had an intuition that her friend was ill.
- I had an intuition that we would find them there.
- My intuitions proved correct.
- He knew this thing by intuition.
- I had an intuition that I would find you.
Our Superiors are guided by Intuition, and our Inferiors by Instinct.出自： Addison