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presume

verb   /prɪˈzjuːm/
to think that something is probably true, although you are not certain suponer I presume you’ve done your homework.
(Definition of presume from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

presume

verb /prəˈzjuːm/
to believe that something is true without proof; to take for granted presumir, suponer When I found the room empty, I presumed that you had gone home ’Has he gone?’ ’I presume so.’
to be bold enough (to act without the right, knowledge etc to do so) atreverse, permitirse I wouldn’t presume to advise someone as clever as you.
presumably adverb
I presume se supone que, es de suponer She’s not in her office – presumably she went home early.
presumption /-ˈzamp-/ noun
something presumed presunción, suposición She married again, on the presumption that her first husband was dead.
unsuitable boldness, etc in one’s behaviour towards another person presunción It would be presumptuous to expect her to agree automatically to your proposal.
presumptuous /-ˈzamptjuəs, (American) -ˈzamptʃuəs/ adjective
impolitely bold presuntuoso It would be presumptuous to assume that you will definitely be offered a place on the course.
presumptuousness noun
presunción, atrevimiento
(Definition of presume from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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