- vt. 认识，认知
- v. ignore
- 1.What still remains is culture, to cognize and grasp history and culture is wisdom.
- 2.The method can cognize the addition amount of Waste residue to building materials product objectively and exactly.
- 3.Teenagers can't cognize the world well and they are always earlier to get impetuous when things go opposite of what they suppose to be.
- 1.be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information
- 认知; 认知,认识;
- cognize perceive
- does not cognize