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「Instinct - 直感・予感・本能的に」 に関する 英単語 & イデオム

instinct 直感、本能
ex) All his instincts told him to stay near the car and wait for help.
彼の直感は 彼に車の中に留まり、助けを呼ぶように彼に伝えた

instinct: an innate, typically fixed pattern of behavior in animals in response to certain stimuli
ex) Birds have an instinct to build nests.

□ instinctive 直感的な、本能的な
ex) He's an instinctive writer.
instinctive: apparently unconscious or automatic
ex) Most of us have an instinctive fear of innovation.

□ intuition 直感、洞察
ex) we shall allow our intuition to guide us.
私たちは 直感に判断を委ねましょう
intuition: the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning
ex) Often there's no clear evidence one way or the other and you just have to base your judgment on intuition.

□ hunch 予感、直感、虫の知らせ
ex) She was acting on a hunch.
hunch: a feeling or guess based on intuition rather than known facts.
ex) I had a hunch that you'd be here.

□ follow a hunch 直感に従う
ex) Sometimes you have to be prepared to follow a hunch.
時には 直感に従う 準備をしなければならない
hunch: an idea that is based on feeling and for which there is no proof
ex) What makes you not desire to follow your hunch?

□ visceral 直感的な、理屈抜きの、本能的な、内臓の
ex) We have to our visceral fear of change for consideraton.
私たちは 変化に対する直観的な恐怖心も 考慮にいれるべきだ
elating to deep inward feelings rather than to the intellect.
ex) Feel the sheer visceral joy of being alive.

□ viscerally   直感的に、本能的に
彼らは 客観的論理を討論に 取り入れることなく、直感的かつ情緒的に反応する
ex) They react viscerally and emotionally instead of applying objective rationale to a discussion.
viscerally: in a way that is based on deep feeling and emotional reactions rather than on reason or thought
ex) The performance was both viscerally exciting and intellectually satisfying.

□ gut feeling 直感、予感
ex) I have a gut feeling that she's going to be late again.
彼女はまた遅刻しそうな 予感がする
gut feeling: an intuitive feeling or response to something
ex) My gut feeling is that the event will go badly.

□ premonition  予感、兆候
ex) He had a premonition of imminent disaster.
彼は差し迫った災害を 予感していた
premonition: a strong feeling that something is about to happen, especially something unpleasant
She had a sudden premonition of what the future might bring.

□ presage(不吉なことの)予感、先見の明、予兆・前触れとなる
ex) Recent small earthquakes may presage a much larger one.
presage: an intuition or feeling of what is going to happen in the future
ex) This successful exercise in autonomous robotics could presage the future of the American way of war.


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