Definition of 'premonition'
Example sentences containing 'premonition'
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The mother was her, looking into the future with a premonition of the illness that would take her away from me. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2001)From the blank look on his face, Stone had a premonition that he wouldn't see any change. CORMORANT (2001)
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Translations for 'premonition'
British English: premonition /ˌprɛməˈnɪʃən/ NOUN
If you have a premonition, you have a feeling that something is going to happen, often something unpleasant.
That morning I had a terrible premonition about my daughter and asked her not to go out.
- American English: premonition
- Arabic: هَاجِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: premonição
- Chinese: 前兆
- Croatian: predosjećaj
- Czech: předtucha
- Danish: forudanelse
- Dutch: voorgevoel
- European Spanish: premonición
- Finnish: ennakkoaavistus
- French: pressentiment
- German: Vorahnung
- Greek: προαίσθημα
- Italian: premonizione
- Japanese: 予感
- Korean: 예감
- Norwegian: forutanelse
- Polish: ostrzeżenie
- European Portuguese: premonição
- Romanian: premoniție
- Russian: предчувствие
- Spanish: premonición
- Swedish: föraning
- Thai: การเตือนล่วงหน้า
- Turkish: kehanet
- Ukrainian: передчуття
- Vietnamese: linh tính báo trước
Definition of premonition from the Collins English Dictionary
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