(the quality of having) an understanding of something. He shows remarkable insight (into children’s problems). insig بَصيره، تَبَصُّر проникновение perspicácia proniknutí die Einsicht indsigt; forståelse διορατικότητα. βαθιά αντίληψη comprensión ; perspicacia taip بصیرت ymmärtämys perspicacité הֲבָנָה מַעֲמִיקָה अन्तर्दृष्टि pronicavost, oštroumnost (jó) meglátás; betekintés wawasan innsæi; skilningur perspicacia 洞察 통찰, 식견 įžvalgumas, supratimas izpratne; ieskats wawasan inzicht innsikt. innblikk i intuicja ځيركى ، پوهه ، بصيرت perspicácia perspicacitate проницательность chápanie, vniknutie; náhľad, rozhľad poznavanje razumevanje insikt[er], inblick ความเข้าใจลึกซึ้ง anlayış. kavrayış 洞察(力) розуміння; проникливість بصیرت sự thấu hiểu 洞悉，洞察力
n. conocimiento; penetración;
to get an ___ into → formarse una idea de ; hacer un estudio detenido.
I lay claim to no higher gift than a small insight into the glorious art of petitioning and thanksgiving, as practiced in psalmody.
What is called poetic insight is the gift of discerning, in this sphere of strangely mingled elements, the beauty and the majesty which are compelled to assume a garb so sordid.
A better book than I shall ever write was there; leaf after leaf presenting itself to me, just as it was written out by the reality of the flitting hour, and vanishing as fast as written, only because my brain wanted the insight. and my hand the cunning, to transcribe it.
As to Dolph, the case is this: that he has so long been engaged in imitating my graces and perfections, that he has, at last, really mistaken himself for his master; and I have been obliged to give him a little insight into his mistake.
The school teacher and the minister at Temperance had tried and failed; the young artist who came for the summer to sketch the red barn, the ruined mill, and the bridge ended by giving up all these local beauties and devoting herself to the face of a child,–a small, plain face illuminated by a pair of eyes carrying such messages, such suggestions, such hints of sleeping power and insight. that one never tired of looking into their shining depths, nor of fancying that what one saw there was the reflection of one’s own thought.
In connection with this, there is one circumstance which makes your recollections peculiarly valuable, and renders your early insight the more remarkable.
I, on the contrary, became more cheerful, and took fresh courage: these last words gave me an insight as to where the difficulty lay; and as it was no difficulty with me, I felt quite relieved from my previous embarrassment.
The scheme she had privately devised against Michael Vanstone — which Captain Wragge’s sharp insight had partially penetrated when she first warned him that their partnership must be dissolved — was a scheme which she could now plainly see must be abandoned as hopeless, in the case of Michael Vanstone’s son.
But perhaps my brother’s penetration may enable him to have some insight into his character.
She recalled the small details, the words, tones, and looks, in the critical scenes which had opened a new epoch for her by giving her a deeper insight into the relations and trials of life, or which had called on her for some little effort of forbearance, or of painful adherence to an imagined or real duty– asking herself continually whether she had been in any respect blamable.
The supreme touch of the white rabbit pulling on his white gloves as he hastens is again absolutely the child’s vision, but the white rabbit as guide and introducer of Alice’s adventures belongs to mature grown insight .
The tone of Trefusis’s voice, rich with truth and earnestness, his quick insight. and his passionate warning to her not to heed him, convinced her that she had entered into a relation destined to influence her whole life.