Sinônimos de suspect
to believe (something) to be the caseI suspect they were right.
I believe you have something of mine.
She felt something was nearby.
I can only guess what it cost her to tell you the truth.
I had always considered myself a strong, competent woman.
Where do you suppose he's got to?
We concluded that he was telling the truth.
She fancied he was trying to hide a smile.
The reader can speculate about what will happen next.
This may or may not be true; we are all conjecturing here.
She surmised that they had discovered one of the illegal streets.
hazard a guess,
I would hazard a guess that they'll do fairly well.
have a sneaking suspicion,
to think (something) to be false or doubtfulYou don't really think he suspects you, do you?
I don't have any reason to distrust them.
I have no reason to doubt his word.
I mistrust all journalists.
smell a rat (informal),
harbour suspicions about,
have your doubts about
have faith in,
not to be trusted or relied uponDelegates evacuated the building when a suspect package was found.
dubious business dealings
They all seemed of very doubtful character.
dodgy (British, Australian, New Zealand, informal),
The film is a comedy in highly questionable taste.
There seems to be something fishy going on.
open to suspicion,
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in the sense of conclude
to decide by reasoningWe concluded that he was telling the truth.
in the sense of conjecture
to form (an opinion or conclusion) from incomplete evidenceThis may or may not be true; we are all conjecturing here.
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