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Translation of "probable" - English-Spanish dictionary

probable

adjective   /ˈprɒb·ə·bl/
likely to be true or to happen probable The probable cause of death was heart failure.
(Definition of probable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

probable

adjective /ˈprobəbl/
that may be expected to happen or be true; likely probable the probable result Such an outcome is possible, but not probable.
probably adverb
probablemente I’ll probably telephone you this evening.
probability noun ( plural probabilities)
the state or fact of being probable; likelihood probabilidad There isn’t much probability of that happening.
an event, result etc that is probable probabilidad Let’s consider the probabilities.
in all probability
most probably; most likely con toda probabilidad In all probability it will rain tomorrow.
(Definition of probable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “probable”
in Korean 그럴듯한…
in Arabic مُحْتَمَل…
in Malaysian mungkin…
in French probable…
in Russian вероятный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 很可能真實的, 很可能發生的…
in Italian probabile…
in Turkish olası, muhtemel…
in Polish prawdopodobny…
in Vietnamese có thể…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 很可能真实的, 很可能发生的…
in Indonesian bisa terjadi…
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