see clearly (with the eyes or with the mind); see with an effort
make out; discriminate; distinguish
"The fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards"
"I can't make out the faces in this photograph"
I had learned to discern the real Kitty.
出自： S. Bellow
Fiona had instantly discerned that he had been lying to her.
出自： A. N. Wilson
Some people find it difficult to discern between blue and green.
Even lawyers cannot always discern between fine points of the law.
即使律师也并不总能对法律中的那些细节进行区别。 discern sth between sth
It is easy to discern a connection between high rents and the lack of housing.
How can we discern the difference between two books in a dark room?
Some people find it difficult to discern blue from green.
Even the police cannot always discern truth from lies.