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School heads perceive their roles in different ways.
Computers were often perceived as a threat.
politicians who are generally perceived to be corrupt
The most important problem is the perceived threat to public health.
He quickly perceived the truth.
The doctor had perceived that something was troubling her.
This is the British English definition of perceive. View American English definition of perceive.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony
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