Sinônimos de bode
to be an omen of (good or ill)Katya had dried her eyes. That boded well.
Already there were problems. It didn't augur well.
Comets, in Western tradition, always portend doom and gloom.
Nobody can predict what will happen.
The two approaches signified a sharp difference between the men.
Sales figures foreshadow more redundancies.
Diplomats fear the incidents presage a new chapter in the conflict.
His demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
be an omen,
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in the sense of betoken
to indicateHis demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
in the sense of forebode
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