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Meaning of “premonition” - Learner’s Dictionary

premonition

noun [C]     /ˌpreməˈnɪʃən/
a feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen: to have a premonition a premonition of disasterPredicting things and intuitionThreats and warningsThe supernatural - general words
Translations of “premonition”
in Vietnamese điềm báo trước…
in Spanish premonición…
in Thai ความสังหรณ์ใจ…
in Malaysian prarasa…
in French pressentiment…
in German die Vorahnung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指不祥的)預兆,預感…
in Indonesian firasat…
in Russian предчувствие…
in Turkish önsezi, kötü his, iç sıkıntısı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指不祥的)预兆,预感…
in Polish przeczucie…
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