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inklingnoun [C usually singular, U]

uk   us   /ˈɪŋ.klɪŋ/
a feeling that something is true or likely to happen, although you are not certain: [+ that] I didn't have the slightest inkling that she was unhappy. He must have had some inkling of what was happening.
Translations of “inkling”
in Vietnamese ý niệm mơ hồ…
in Spanish idea, sospecha…
in Thai ความเฉลียวใจ…
in Malaysian tidak dapat membayangkan…
in French idée, soupçon…
in German die Ahnung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 略知, 模糊的印象…
in Indonesian kecurigaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 略知, 模糊的印象…
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