Verb(1) make a prediction about; tell in advance(2) indicate, as with a sign or an omen
(1) They are also working to predict future demand in the face of further housing development.(2) Isn't it amazing how far into the future they can predict the weather these days?(3) it is too early to predict a result(4) It would be impossible at this point to predict the outcome of a future referendum.(5) If we could predict the future uses of new technology, they wouldn't be innovative.(6) In the future, we may be able to predict such events, and their impact on the Earth.(7) Age, sex, and cigarette smoking are the strongest predictors .(8) Great strides have been made in predicting the place and the size of future earthquakes.(9) The weather forecast predicts a sunny start on Sunday but showers arriving later in the day.(10) Matt Moore, project officer at the museum, predicts a fun night for all assuming the weather holds out.(11) On the day of his birth a Brahmin priest predicts his future greatness.(12) Neurotic characteristics, by contrast, were a predictor of breakdown.(13) In clinical practice it is essential to know how a particular test result predicts the risk of abnormality.(14) He also predicts promotions and partnerships will be more tightly controlled in future.(15) It is tempting to take the last day's evidence as a predictor of what will come next.(16) Forecasters are predicting a return to warm weather in the next few days.
(1) predict the future :: ukuqikelela ikamva
1. forecast ::
2. prognosticate ::
Different Formspredict, predictable, predicted, predicting, prediction, predictions, predictive, predictor, predictors, predicts
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