I predict
PresentIconjugation ofpredict.


A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to foretell)
a. predecir
No one can predict the future.Nadie puede predecir el futuro.
b. pronosticar
Meteorologists can predict the weather.Los meteorólogos pueden pronosticar el tiempo.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (general)
a. predecir
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predict [prɪˈdɪkt]
transitive verb
predecir; pronosticar; prever
no one is predicting the outcome with any confidence the outcome is not easy to predict he accurately predicted the result of the 1988 presidential election
"it'll end in disaster," he predicted —será un desastre, —predijo or —pronosticó
"the war will continue another two or three years," he predicted the seasons vary so much that it's impossible to predict next year's crop
the predicted fall in interest rates has not materialized la bajada de los tipos de interés que estaba prevista aún no se ha materializado
opinion polls are predicting victory for the incumbent president the head of the German navy confidently predicted victory in the spring of 1944 the latest opinion polls are predicting a very close contest
the motion was passed, as predicted la moción se aprobó como se había previsto or pronosticado
no one predicted their 30% share of the vote some predict widespread protest strikes in the major industries he predicts another austere year for business it is impossible to predict the future
I can't predict the future no puedo predecir or prever el futuro
he predicted a brilliant future for the child le predijo un futuro brillante al niño
to predict that predecir que; pronosticar que
the government predicted the economy would expand by 1.6 % the National Cancer Institute predicted that in 1986, 5,100 men would develop testicular cancer they predict women will hold 10 seats in the Senate by the year 2000 he predicted that my hair would grow back in no time to predict what, how, whether ...
nobody can predict what will happen nadie puede predecir lo que va a pasar
it's hard to predict how she will react he declined to predict whether South African athletes would be at next year's Olympic Games in Barcelona at the moment it's impossible to predict accurately which women will develop this symptom it is quite possible for tests to predict who will do well at school who can predict what the future may hold for us? these things cannot be predicted the film is predicted [to] win an Oscar
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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