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1. Feedback; ideas about the true nature of something. In business, product testing sessions are used to gather insight from people with different backgrounds, experiences and feelings, with the intent of finding out how consumers may respond.
2. Knowledge in the form of perspective, understanding, or deduction. Someone may come up with an insight after a long period of thought, or suddenly out of thin air as in an epiphany or sudden understanding. "Management had the insight to decrease its expenses amid falling sales before a scheduled earnings release, so that the company would be viewed in a more favorable light."

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When the new employee started his new position, his manager had the insight to see he was overwhelmed by the quantity of work that was expected.
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Will sat bolt upright in his chair: a new insight had just come to him; he knew how to solve the problem that he had been struggling with for so long.
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By obtaining firsthand accounts from the survivors of the genocide, we gain more insight to the conditions and life in times of extreme human peril.
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