- to know or receive by intuition.
Origin of intuit
Examples from the Web for intuit
Intuit argues that allowing the IRS to act as a tax preparer could result in taxpayers paying more money.
It should be noted that her constituency includes Silicon Valley, which is where Intuit is located.
These companies include HR Block and Intuit, creator of the popular program TurboTax.
TurboTax products and services made up 35 percent of Intuit's $4.2 billion in total revenues last year.
Intuit has spent about $11.5 million on federal lobbying in the past five years — more than Apple or Amazon.
I managed to intuit a fierce battle in which they were engaging.Walls of Acid
He cannot intuit, or think otherwise than in accordance with them.
What I intuit must be true for me, what he intuits true for him.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy
W. T. Stace
Intuit′ionalism, the doctrine that the perception of truth is by intuition; Intuit′ionalist.
Man, after a process of culture, comes to intuit some first principles, in some combinations.
- to know or discover by intuition
Word Origin and History for intuit
1776, "to tutor," from Latin intuit-, past participle stem of intueri (see intuition). Meaning "to perceive directly without reasoning" is from 1840, in this sense perhaps a back-formation from intuition. Related: Intuited; intuiting.