prognosis Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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prognosisnoun [C]

uk   /prɒɡˈnəʊ.sɪs/  us   /prɑːɡˈnoʊ-/ (plural prognoses )
(also prognostication) medical a doctor's ​judgment of the ​likely or ​expecteddevelopment of a ​disease or of the ​chances of getting ​better: The prognosis after the ​operation was for a ​fullrecovery. a ​statement of what is ​judgedlikely to ​happen in the ​future, ​especially in ​connection with a ​particularsituation: I was ​reading a ​gloomyeconomic prognosis in the ​paper this ​morning.
(Definition of prognosis from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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prognosisnoun [C]

 us   /prɑɡˈnoʊ·sɪs/ (plural prognoses  /prɑɡˈnoʊˌsiz/ )
a doctor’s ​judgment of the ​likely or ​expected development of a ​disease, or a ​statement of what the ​likelyfuturesituation is: After ​successfulsurgery his prognosis was good.
(Definition of prognosis from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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