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hunch

noun [C]  /hʌntʃ/ us  

hunch noun [C] (IDEA)

an idea that is based on feeling and for which there is no proof: [+ that clause] I had a hunch that you’d be here.

hunch

verb [I/T]  /hʌntʃ/ us  

hunch verb [I/T] (BEND)

to lean forward with your shoulders raised or to bend your back and shoulders into a rounded shape: [I] We gathered in a circle and hunched over the fire to get warm.
Traducciones de “hunch”
en español idea, sospecha, corazonada…
en francés intuition…
en alemán die Ahnung…
en chino (tradicionál) 直覺, 預感…
en ruso предчувствие, чутье…
en turco önsezi, sezgi, içe doğuş…
en chino (simplificado) 直觉, 预感…
en polaco przeczucie…
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