Sinónimos de forerunner
a person or thing that is a sign of what will happen in the futureSome respiratory symptoms can be the forerunners of asthma.
Her appearance at this moment is an omen of disaster.
It is a sign of things to come.
He gave no indication that he was ready to compromise.
He sent her a gift as a token of his appreciation.
the first premonition of winter
This is a frightening portent for the future.
augury, , ,
The auguries of death are gathering around him.
a harbinger of winter
a person or thing that existed or happened before another and is similar in some wayQuince jam was the forerunner of marmalade.
Real tennis, a precursor of the modern game, originated in the eleventh century.
He learned everything he knew from his predecessor.
He could trace his ancestors back seven hundred years.
I'll come back to the land of my forebears.
the man who is considered the progenitor of modern drama
I welcome the report as the herald of more freedom, not less.
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in the sense of ancestor
a person in former times from whom one is descendedHe could trace his ancestors back seven hundred years.
in the sense of augury
an omenThe auguries of death are gathering around him.
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