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Translation of "speculate" - English-Spanish dictionary

speculate

verb   /ˈspek·jə·leɪt/
to guess possible answers to a question when you do not have enough information to be certain especular The police refused to speculate about the cause of the accident. The newspapers have speculated that they will get married next year.
(Definition of speculate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

speculate

verb /ˈspekjuleit/
to make guesses especular He’s only speculating – he doesn’t know There’s no point in speculating about what’s going to happen.
speculation noun
a guess especulación Your speculations were all quite close to the truth.
the act of speculating especulación There was great speculation as to what was happening.
(Definition of speculate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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