Definition of 'predict'
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How did a victory that almost no one had predicted come about? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The bestseller was a vegan cacao and orange pot, which sold ten times the number predicted. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Another issue with yield is that it is hard to predict in advance. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The fact that confidence is so high should make us cautious about predicting further big gains. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So we predict they are back on the menu. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He predicted rents will continue to rise unless new homes are built. The Sun (2015)Experts predict another surge in cyber scam attempts this year. The Sun (2014)We spent some time trying to predict how the remaining batsmen would play. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But sales were predicted to bounce back this year. The Sun (2010)And high winds are predicted to continue through next week and beyond. The Sun (2015)Therefore price changes cannot be predicted ahead of time. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)England are underdogs for the first time and defeat predicted. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But experts predict it will grow more rapidly here because of the prevalence of contactless payment points on high streets. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This was predicted well in advance. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Another predicted it would halve queues. The Sun (2014)What lessons can we draw about predicting the next year's weather? Times, Sunday Times (2013)France is now predicted to grow by just 0.7 per cent this year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The biggest strength of this band is that you can't predict anything about them. The Sun (2009)In fact, optimism is the single most important factor in predicting who bounces back. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This trend will continue, he predicted. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It predicts another net 12,000 will go next year. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And it is predicted to grow 140 per cent over the next five years. The Sun (2010)Overall net profit is predicted to be about 590 million. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The warm, dry spell is predicted to continue into next week. The Sun (2010)Policy has to contend with a range of factors that are difficult to predict far in advance, such as technological change and fuel prices. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I predict the trend back towards real live bands will continue - but there's great pop on the way too. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'predict'
British English: predict /prɪˈdɪkt/ VERB
If you predict an event, you say that it will happen.
He predicted that my hair would grow back quickly.
- American English: predict
- Arabic: يَتوَقَع
- Brazilian Portuguese: predizer
- Chinese: 预言
- Croatian: predvidjeti
- Czech: předpovědet
- Danish: forudsige
- Dutch: voorspellen
- European Spanish: predecir
- Finnish: ennustaa
- French: prédire
- German: vorhersagen
- Greek: προλέγω
- Italian: predire
- Japanese: 予想する
- Korean: 예측하다
- Norwegian: forutsi
- Polish: przepowiedzieć
- European Portuguese: predizer
- Romanian: a prezice
- Russian: предсказывать
- Spanish: predecir
- Swedish: förutsäga
- Thai: ทำนาย
- Turkish: öngörmek
- Ukrainian: передбачити
- Vietnamese: đoán trước
Definition of predict from the Collins English Dictionary
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