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forecast

noun [C]     /ˈfɔː.kɑːst/ US  /ˈfɔːr.kæst/
a statement of what is judged likely to happen in the future, especially in connection with a particular situation, or the expected weather conditions (尤指對特定形勢或天氣的)預測,預報 economic forecasts 經濟預測 The weather forecast said it was going to rain later today. 天氣預報說今天晚些時候有雨。 Predicting things and intuitionWeather and climate - general words
Translations of “forecast”
in Korean 예상, 전망…
in Arabic تَنَبُّؤ…
in Portuguese prognóstico, previsão…
in Catalan pronòstic…
in Japanese 予報, 予想…
in Italian previsione…
in Russian прогноз…
in Turkish tahmin, tahmin raporu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指对特定形势或天气的)预测,预报…
in Polish prognoza…
(Definition of forecast noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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