1. a short account of something such as an article or speech which gives the main points but no detail.
2. AmE. a short written account of your education and your previous job that you send to an employer when you are looking for a new job
BrE. cv: curriculum vitae
1.intrasitive: [usually in negatives or questions] to imagine something or think of doing something; to think of something such as a new idea, plan or design
→ I conceive of a man without 30cm as a disabled.
→ I conceve of a woman without C-cup as a shemale.
→ I can hardly conceive a man without leg hair.
→ Scientists first conceived the idea of the atomic bomb in the 1930s.
→ The exibition was originally conceived as a tribute to Scott's family.
例句中的a tribute to意為向~致敬，八卦板常常在嘲諷一些藝人當被發現抄襲誰誰誰時，都說這個作品是在向誰誰誰致敬，所以向誰誰誰致敬可以用pay tribute to / in tribute to等
1. to understand or think of sth or sone in a particular way: perceve A as B / perceive A to be B
→Computers were often perceived as a threat.
→Some politicians are perceived to be corrupt. 許多政治人物都被認為有貪汙。
→Corrupt judges have taken millions of dollars in bribes. 貪缺的法官收受了上百萬的賄款。
所以給賄款是offer/give/pay bribes，而收受賄款是accept/ take bribes
2. to notice or realize sth 我覺得這個詞很有偵探小說的味道，察覺到什麼蛛絲馬跡之類的~
→ He quickly perceived the truth.
→ I perceived something suspicious.
（三）deceive: to trick someone by behaving in a dishonest way → deceive Sb into doing Sth / deceive Sb about Sth / deceive oneself
→ He was deceived into giving them all his money.
→ He was accused of deceiving the customer about the condition of the car.
→ I thought he loved me, but I was deceiving myself. 自欺欺人