Intuitive meaning

ĭn-to͝oĭ-tĭv, -tyo͝o-
Easily understood and simple to use.

A web browser with an intuitive interface.

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The definition of intuitive is something done with from instinct, or something that is easy-to-use.

When a piece of computer software just makes sense and is easy to use, this is an example of software that would be described as intuitive.

When a mother just senses that something is wrong with her child, this is an example of an intuitive feeling.

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A person who is supposedly sensitive to forces beyond the physical world; psychic.
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Spontaneous, without requiring conscious thought.

The intuitive response turned out to be correct.

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Easily understood or grasped by intuition.

Designing software with an intuitive interface can be difficult.

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One who has (especially parapsychological) intuition.
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That is or can be perceived by intuition or common sense.

An intuitive truth.

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Of, relating to, or arising from intuition.
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Having to do with intuition.
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Having, or perceiving by, intuition.
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Having a marked degree of intuition.
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Possessing or demonstrating intuition.

An intuitive thinker.

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Origin of intuitive

  • From Middle French intuitif, from Medieval Latin intuitivus

    From Wiktionary