משרד: 02-9605631    להזמנות גדולות: 052-8990321    פקס: 153-2-9605631
כללי

• The example of this famous blind man proves that tact can become more sensitive than vision when perfected by practice (DIDER. Lett. on confessions.) Note – Fingering – Antenna – Barbel – tactile property, touch – finger – contact, tact, touch – sense of beating, touch, tact, touch – touch, contact, touch [derived] • This fine sense of tact, which we obtain from the continuous observation of phenomena (DIDER. Restoration. on the painted. I) 1. That of the five senses, which belongs to the skin organ and evaluates certain characteristics of the body, its firmness or fluidity, its moisture or dryness, its temperature, etc. Stroke involves two basic sensations: the direction of contact or pressure and the direction of temperature. • The number of ideas that can arise through tact is infinite; because it covers all proportions, that is, a science that the greatest mathematicians will never exhaust (CONDIL.

Contract of the senses. II, 8) 1. (Cismef) sense, which ensures the perception of mechanical stimuli (contact, pressure, traction, etc.) applied to the skin and mucous membranes. XIV century. Is it the homeland that has the rhythm as sovereign as the events that feel the must before having to touch the must? Fashion, f° XXV, verso. • Those who spend their lives in the greatest society are well constrained if they do not easily acquire a fine and fine sense of tact and if they do not acquire knowledge of the human heart (GENLIS Veillées du château t. II, p. 162, in POUGENS) • Tact is the first sense that develops; it is the last to die out (CABANIS Instit. Mém.

sc. mor. et pol. t. I, p. 197) • For the truth in feelings, for the beat of some ridicule, I would be your man enough (VOLT. Lett. Mme du Deffant, March 8, 1769) TACT, s.

m. [The c and the t are pronounced, Acad.] Touch; One of the five senses of natã»re. « Tact is the least subtle of all the senses. » It`s tactful. = It is said to be figurative©of the spirit. “Tact, Sever;” The taste, that exquisite sensation of the soul, that beat so delicate©and~ so promt that the natã”re sometimes barks effortlessly, that it also defies© his will©, and which one does not always acquire, even by the most©opinic study. Rigoley de Juvigny. acquired, dexterity, touch, decency, good taste, common sense, courtesy, consideration, contact, decency, decency, sensitivity, diplomacy, discretion, fingering, education, respect, elegance, interpersonal skills, finesse, forms, dexterity, intuition, judgment, middle way, manners, moderation, philosophy, courtesy, modesty, reason, restraint, wisdom, know-how, manners, sense, sensation, touch, sensitivity, sensitivity Sobriety, clothing, touch, use The word tact refers to quality A person who knows how to broach a subject with someone, who knows how to find the right word. Tact or tact means intuitively knowing how to behave, depending on the situation and the people you are with. It is also about courtesy, sensitivity, respect for decency. It means, figuratively©, a sense of legality of decency, nuance,©moderation. This man has tact.

He is a man of tact. He is absolutely tactless. 3. The ability by which objects and external forces are perceived through contact with the body (especially the hand) (for example, seeing and touching allows us to locate objects in the space around us.) • That attentive beat of the mind that makes us feel the nuances of fine decency (BUFF. Reputation. to the Duke of Duras.) Tact • Tact • Tact • Tact • Tact • Tact XVI century. The feeling of tact is diminished in those who suffer from pain and have calloused, aspre and hard skin, Paré, Introd. 21. Originally, the word tact referred to one of the five senses: that of touch. But in this work, it was replaced by the word touch. 1.

One of the five senses that result from the contact of an area of skin of the body with an object. 2. Fig. Fine and confident judgment in terms of taste, decency, use of the world. This man has tact. He is a man of tact. ↘ Discreet, invisible sensation ↗ ≠ rudeness, delicacy. Physiological processes of the nervous system, Physiological processes of the nervous system – Physiological psychology, Psychophysiology, Psychophysiology, Mind-body relationships (physiology) – Mental activity, Information processing, Human, Mental processes[Hyper.]. basic cognitive process – feeling, feeling [Hyper.].

The four letters of TACT represent the four factors that must be combined to achieve optimal cleaning: hot water temperature, mechanical impact, chemical concentration, action time. In other words, it is necessary to use detergents, give them time to act, scrub and use hot water. If one factor is lacking, the others need to be strengthened. TACT is also an acronym used in the field of cleaning, especially when it comes to cleaning and disinfecting kitchens in restaurants. Medical tact, the ability to judge the character of a disease and the means that correspond to it, abilities that seem almost instinctive and that come from long experience and a happy nature. Sensitivity – sense – sensory system – sensation, smell – interoceptive function, interoception [Hyper.].

Tags:
X