pronostico is the present form of pronosticar in the first person singular - View Conjugation

pronosticar

pronosticar
transitive verb
1. (to foresee) 
Mario pronosticó el nacimiento de un bebé en nuestra familia.Mario predicted the birth of a baby in our family.
El hombre del tiempo pronosticó niebla para hoy.The weatherman forecasted fog for today.
¿Quién podría haber pronosticado que ocurriría una catástrofe así?Who could have ever foretold that such a disaster would take place?
d. to prognosticate (formal) 
El química pronosticó los hallazgos de la prueba antes de hacerlo.The chemist prognosticated the findings of his experiment before doing it.
pronosticar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to predict, to forecast 
pronosticar
transitive verb
to forecast
han pronosticado nevadas they are forecasting snow; pronosticó un aumento de la inflación he forecast o predicted an increase in inflation
Examples
Verb Conjugations for pronosticar
Present Participle: pronosticando
Past Participle: pronosticado
Indicative
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PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
pronostico
pronostiqué
pronosticaba
pronosticaría
pronosticaré
pronosticas
pronosticaste
pronosticabas
pronosticarías
pronosticarás
él/ella/Ud.
pronostica
pronosticó
pronosticaba
pronosticaría
pronosticará
nosotros
pronosticamos
pronosticamos
pronosticábamos
pronosticaríamos
pronosticaremos
vosotros
pronosticáis
pronosticasteis
pronosticabais
pronosticaríais
pronosticaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
pronostican
pronosticaron
pronosticaban
pronosticarían
pronosticarán
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