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adjective intuitive pronunciation in British English /ɪnˈtjuːətɪv/
  1. 1
    based on your feelings rather than on facts or evidence
    an intuitive guess/judgment/understanding
    1. a.
      capable of basing decisions, actions etc on feelings rather than on facts or evidence
      His temperament is more intuitive than scientific.

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