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)
Settling in his chair, Richard inwardly frowned and struggled to shake off the premonition Seamus's opening paragraph had evoked. SCANDAL'S BRIDE (2001)
Trends of 'premonition'
Used Occasionally. premonition is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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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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