predict, foretell, prognosticate, call, forebode, anticipate, promise(verb)
make a prediction about; tell in advance
"Call the outcome of an election"
forestall, augur, forebode, foreshadow, scream, prognosticate, counter, promise, phone, yell, foreknow, shout out, foretell, cry, herald, call in, auspicate, expect, holler, call up, betoken, call off, assure, call, look for, send for, previse, anticipate, address, visit, portend, shout, bode, foresee, look to, announce, presage, name, hollo, squall, bid, ring, omen, forecast, harbinger, telephone, annunciate, prefigure
bode, portend, auspicate, prognosticate, omen, presage, betoken, foreshadow, augur, foretell, prefigure, forecast, predict(verb)
indicate by signs
"These signs bode bad news"
herald, bespeak, indicate, promise, figure, betoken, announce, count on, annunciate, bode, foreshadow, omen, point, harbinger, estimate, portend, call, prognosticate, anticipate, reckon, augur, calculate, foretell, forebode, prefigure, signal, forecast, auspicate, presage
English Synonyms and Antonyms
"Persons or things augur; persons only forebode or presage; things only betoken or portend."
CrabbEnglish Synonymes. We augur well for a voyage from past good fortune and a good start; we presage success from the stanchness of the ship and the skill of the captain. We forebode misfortune either from circumstances that betoken failure, or from gloomy fancies for which we could not give a reason. Dissipation among the officers and mutiny among the crew portend disaster. Divine has reference to the ancient soothsayers' arts (as in Gen. xliv, 5, 15), and refers rather to reading hearts than to reading the future. We say I could not divine his motive, or his intention.
I augur from all circumstances a prosperous result; I augur ill of the enterprise; "augurs ill to the rights of the people,"
Thomas JeffersonWritings vol. ii, p. 506. [ Taylor, Walton & Maberley'53.] I augur well, or this augurs well, for your cause.
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to state or estimate, esp. on the basis of knowledge or reasoning, that (an action, event, etc.) will happen in the future or will be a consequence of something; to forecast, foretell, prophesy. (oed)
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How to use predict in a sentence?
We predict that this year will be an SUV feeding frenzy.
Infectious disease models are never going to accurately predict the future, [They] are better at saying 'if we do this, here's the range of things that can happen.'.
Everyone's personality is a manifestation of their combined past experiences. If you are able to observe and interpret someone's behavior, you will eventually be able to predict that person's behavior as well.
We could have called this like a CW show from the year 2000, you can predict every beat that'll happen.
It's been hard to predict where the market is going on a day-to-day basis.
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- předpovědět, předpovídat, předvídatCzech
- vorhersagen, prophezeienGerman
- προφητεύω, προβλέπωGreek
- ennustaa, ennakoidaFinnish
- caveo, praeloquor, praecaveo, praedico, provideoLatin
- przewidzieć, przewidywaćPolish
- prever, predizerPortuguese
- предсказывать, предсказать, предрекать, предречьRussian
- predvidjeti, prognozirati, predskazatiSerbo-Croatian
- پیشن گوئیUrdu
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