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predictableadjective

uk   us   /prɪˈdɪk.tə.bl̩/
B2 Something that is predictable happens in a way or at a time that you know about before it happens: Comets appear at predictable times.
Opposite
disapproving happening or behaving in a way that you expect and not unusual or interesting: The ending to the film was just so predictable.
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