Origin of intuit
OTHER WORDS FROM intuitin·tu·it·a·ble, adjectiveun·in·tu·it·a·ble, adjective
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How to use intuit in a sentence
Dogs intuit human gestures from a young age, Salomons and colleagues conclude, lending support for the idea that domestication has wired dogs’ brains for communicating with humans.
The result suggests that domestication has reworked dogs’ brains to make the pooches innately drawn to people — and perhaps to intuit human gestures.
Younger siblings, research shows, deploy what are known as “low-power strategies,” developing a better ability to read other people’s visual and tonal cues and intuit what they’re thinking—the better to duck a punch before it comes their way.What Meghan and Harry's New Daughter Needs to Know About Being a Second-Born|Jeffrey Kluger|June 7, 2021|Time
From that, we can intuit that Klarna had a great fourth quarter.As BNPL startups raise, a look at Klarna, Affirm and Afterpay earnings|Alex Wilhelm|February 26, 2021|TechCrunch
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.
Intuit PAC and its employees have donated $26,000 to Rep. Lofgren in the past two years.
He must mean that we cannot in imagination intuit it as absent.A Commentary to Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason'|Norman Kemp Smith
He cannot intuit, or think otherwise than in accordance with them.
No one save a Bohemian could ever so intuit the gloomy profundity and unearthly fire of the Colchian sorceress.The Gypsies|Charles G. Leland
You cannot think without universalising, nor intuit without thinking.Beauty and the Beast|Stewart A. McDowall
Intuit′ionalism, the doctrine that the perception of truth is by intuition; Intuit′ionalist.