Definition of perceptual in English:

perceptual

Syllabification: per·cep·tu·al
Pronunciation: /pərˈsep(t)SH(əw)əl
 
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adjective

Of or relating to the ability to interpret or become aware of something through the senses: a patient with perceptual problems who cannot judge distances
More example sentences
  • We administered all the ability and perceptual tests except the olfactory tasks by computer.
  • I have a sense of the perceptual presence of the whole bottle, which is uninferred.
  • There is a second sense in which perceptual knowledge is objective.

Derivatives

perceptually

adverb
More example sentences
  • This strategy of excess proves immensely seductive, and in conjunction with the overall alteration of syntax creates the powerful sensation of having time and momentum perceptually altered.
  • It is very much concerned with expressing the other side - politically, artistically, perceptually and socially.
  • It can be identified only by its negation of modernism; as its architecture exemplifies perceptually, it has no form of its own.

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