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probable

adjective     /ˈprɒb.ə.bl̩/ US  /ˈprɑː.bə-/
likely to be true or likely to happen 很可能真實的;很可能發生的 The probable cause of death was heart failure. 死因很可能是心臟衰竭。 An election in June seems increasingly probable. 六月舉行選舉的可能性似乎越來越大了。 [+ that] It is probable that share prices will fall still further. 股價很可能進一步下跌。 →  Compare possible →  Opposite improbable Possible and probable
Translations of “probable”
in Arabic مُحْتَمَل…
in Korean 그럴듯한…
in Malaysian mungkin…
in French probable…
in Turkish olası, muhtemel…
in Italian probabile…
in Russian вероятный…
in Polish prawdopodobny…
in Vietnamese có thể…
in Spanish probable…
in Portuguese provável…
in Thai ที่น่าจะเป็นไปได้…
in German wahrscheinlich…
in Catalan probable…
in Japanese 考えられる, あり得そうな, 可能な…
in Indonesian bisa terjadi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 很可能真实的, 很可能发生的…
(Definition of probable from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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