Kathleen.....As I read your question, I immediately thought, "hmmm, it seems fairly obvious to me that each of us translate uniquely through our senses." I was already recalling incidents where this has been proven in many situations.
For instance, If 3 or more people are eating the same food, it's happened where all 3 claim tasting a different flavor from one another. Perhaps there are a multitude of reasons for this, but I'll bet this has happened to you too at least once.
Since our "senses"..as well as our entire existence operate via THE CENTRAL MOST INTEGRAL part of the human....our Brain, this can easily be explained and understood, I would guess.
We surely all SEE in most varied and unusual ways in terms of differing from the next guy. If this was not the case, in sharing descriptions, we would all be identical in every aspect. I doubt this has ever occurred..
If we think about "hearing"....hundreds of scenarios come to mind. Tone, decibels of sound, pitch...how can we explain the phrase...."having an "ear" for music?" Ever sit next to a tone deaf person happily singing away at a song...totally off key....believing they sound like Celine Dion? EEEEK! Brings the shivers down our back just thinking about it. LOL.
Yes, Kathleen we surely are all very different from one another and IMO it stands to reason that this can be observed quite well via what our individual senses tell us.
Not included in the known FIVE senses.....I'd like to mention "common sense!" LOL.....Now there's something where we all have completely different levels, from "total to none at all!" LOL (I had to throw that in there, Kathleen....forgive me).............
This is another one of those "Thinking" kinds of questions that can end up in long long discussions amongst a group. My favorite.