- (ကံလို) မြင်တွေ့သည်။
1875, Jules Verne, chapter 1, in The Survivors of the Chancellor:
- Meanwhile the brig had altered her tack, and was moving slowly to the east. Three hours later and the keenest eye could not have discerned her top-sails above the horizon.
- (ကံလို) သိမြင်သည်။ သိရှိနားလည်သည်။
1842, Charles Dickens, American Notes for General Circulation:
- If they discern any evidences of wrong-going in any direction that I have indicated, they will acknowledge that I had reason in what I wrote. If they discern no such thing, they will consider me altogether mistaken.
- (ကံလို) ခဲွခြားသိမြင်သည်။
1651, Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan:
- The severity of judgement, they say, makes men censorious and unapt to pardon the errors and infirmities of other men: and on the other side, celerity of fancy makes the thoughts less steady than is necessary to discern exactly between right and wrong.
- He was too young to discern right from wrong.