Synonyme von prognosticate
to foretell (future events)
prophets who have foretold the end of the world
Nobody can predict what will happen.
They forecast a defeat for the Prime Minister.
She tried to divine which of her siblings was telling the truth.
prophesy, , ,
She prophesied the Great Fire of London and her own death in 1561.
to indicate or suggest beforehand
The survey indicated that most old people are independent.
Economists said the drop could herald a fall in consumer spending.
Sales figures foreshadow more redundancies.
Already there were problems. It didn't augur well.
Diplomats fear the incidents presage a new chapter in the conflict.
Comets, in Western tradition, always portend doom and gloom.
His demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
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in the sense of augur
to be a good or bad sign of future eventsAlready there were problems. It didn't augur well.
in the sense of betoken
to indicateHis demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
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