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inkling

noun [C usually singular, U]     /ˈɪŋ.klɪŋ/
when you think that something is true or likely to happen, although you are not certain 略知;模糊的印象 [+ that] I didn't have the slightest inkling that she was unhappy. 我根本不知道她不高興。 He must have had some inkling of what was happening. 他當時對發生的事一定有所瞭解。 Ideas, concepts and theoriesPredicting things and intuition
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 Indonesian kecurigaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 略知, 模糊的印象…
(Definition of inkling from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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