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predict

verb  us   /prɪˈdɪkt/
to say that an event or action will happen in the future: [T] Astronomers can predict the exact time of an eclipse. [+ that clause] Who could have predicted that she would win the election? [+ to infinitive] The storm is predicted to reach the Florida coast tomorrow morning. [+ question word] No one can predict when the disease will strike again.
prediction
noun [C/U]  us   /prɪˈdɪk·ʃən/
[C] We are not yet able to make accurate predictions about earthquakes.
Translations of “predict”
in Arabic يَتَنَبّأ…
in Korean 예측하다…
in Malaysian meramalkan…
in French prédire…
in Turkish tahmin etmek, önceden kestirmek/söylemek…
in Italian prevedere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 預言, 預料,預計…
in Russian предсказывать, пророчить…
in Polish przewidywać…
in Vietnamese dự đoán…
in Spanish predecir, pronosticar…
in Portuguese predizer, prever…
in Thai ทำนาย…
in German vorhersagen…
in Catalan predir, pronosticar…
in Japanese ~を予想する, 予見する…
in Indonesian meramalkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 预言, 预料,预计…
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