Hindi translation of 'speculative'
speculative /ˈspekjʊlətɪv, Am -leɪt- ˈस्पेक्युलटिव़् Am -लेइट्-/
A speculative statement or opinion is based on guesses rather than knowledge.
You use speculate/speculation and conjecture to talk about ideas that are guesses, often based on evidence or facts that are not complete. So an academic, for example, uses their knowledge of the subject together with limited evidence to draw conclusions or make predictions.
A speculative report suggested that he was trying to sell the business.
You also use assume/assumption to refer to a guess you have made about something, based on your knowledge of it. You then use this assumption as the basis for further ideas. If you assume something, you believe it is true, but if you speculate about something, you think it may be true.
The researchers speculate that this weather spreads the disease.
We have more basis for conjecture about the Polynesians, for we can study their descendants today.
Each approach springs from a particular set of assumptions about the nature of learning.
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Example Sentences Including 'speculative'
His mother regarded him with a speculative eye, which he refused to meet.Weekend for Murder
He noticed that Detective-Constable Crosby had taken Melissa Wainwright literally and was eyeing her in a distinctly speculative fashion.A Dead Liberty
`Your report was speculative , Macleod - wildly speculative.Cormorant
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Translation of speculative from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary