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guess

verb   /ɡes/
A2 to give an answer or opinion about something without knowing all the facts adivinar Guess how old he is.
A2 to say something that is right without knowing all the facts adivinar, acertar How did you guess I was pregnant?
guess what? informal
A2 used before telling someone something interesting or surprising ¿sabes qué? Guess what? We’re going to Hawaii!
I guess
B1 used when you think something is probably true supongo que I guess you’re angry with me.
I guess so/not
used when you agree or disagree but are not completely certain about something supongo que sí/no ‘It would be better to buy a new car than to try to fix this one.’ ‘Yeah, I guess so.’
noun   /ɡes/
B1 an attempt to give the right answer when you are not certain intento de adivinar algo How old do you think John is? Go on, have a guess.
an opinion that you have formed by guessing suposición My guess is she probably won’t come.
(Definition of guess from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

guess

verb /ɡes/
to say what is likely to be the case adivinar I’m trying to guess the height of this building If you don’t know the answer, just guess.
(especially American) to suppose suponer, imaginar I guess I’ll have to leave now.
guesswork noun
the process or result of guessing conjetura, suposición I got the answer by guesswork.
anybody’s guess noun
a matter of complete uncertainty vete tú a saber, quién sabe, es un misterio Who will win is anybody’s guess.
(Definition of guess from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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