Translation: from spanish

I've had a premonition

  • 1 premonición

    f.
    premonition, hunch, feeling, foreboding.
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    1 premonition
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    femenino premonition
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    = premonition, foreboding, hunch, gut feeling, gut instinct, feelings in + Posesivo + bones.
    Ex. The article 'University/industry partnerships: premonitions for academic libraries' outlines university/industry interactions and describes the issues surrounding them.
    Ex. Throughout the process of development, debate and enactment of the Digital Millennium Act in the USA, many dire forebodings were envisaged for the library profession.
    Ex. Choice of manual or automated solution to a search problem depends mainly on the questions' complexity, but also on the librarian's hunch.
    Ex. There is some fascinating research that has confirmed that 'hunches,' 'gut instincts,' ' gut feelings' are real and should be paid attention to.
    Ex. There is some fascinating research that has confirmed that 'hunches,' ' gut instincts,' 'gut feelings' are real and should be paid attention to.
    Ex. But the people's justice is hasty, mean-spirited and based on vague feelings in the bones and we need the cold hand of the law to save us from ourselves.
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    femenino premonition
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    = premonition, foreboding, hunch, gut feeling, gut instinct, feelings in + Posesivo + bones.

    Ex: The article 'University/industry partnerships: premonitions for academic libraries' outlines university/industry interactions and describes the issues surrounding them.

    Ex: Throughout the process of development, debate and enactment of the Digital Millennium Act in the USA, many dire forebodings were envisaged for the library profession.
    Ex: Choice of manual or automated solution to a search problem depends mainly on the questions' complexity, but also on the librarian's hunch.
    Ex: There is some fascinating research that has confirmed that 'hunches,' 'gut instincts,' ' gut feelings' are real and should be paid attention to.
    Ex: There is some fascinating research that has confirmed that 'hunches,' ' gut instincts,' 'gut feelings' are real and should be paid attention to.
    Ex: But the people's justice is hasty, mean-spirited and based on vague feelings in the bones and we need the cold hand of the law to save us from ourselves.

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    premonition
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    premonición sustantivo femenino
    premonition
    premonición sustantivo femenino premonition
    ' premonición' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    presagio
    English:
    foreboding
    - hindsight
    - premonition
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    premonition;
    tuve la premonición de que íbamos a ganar I had a premonition that we were going to win
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    f premonition
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    premonición nf, pl - ciones : premonition

    Spanish-English dictionary > premonición

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  • had a premonition — sensed what was to happen, was forewarned by some inner sense …   English contemporary dictionary

  • premonition — n. 1) to have a premonition 2) a premonition that + clause (she had a premonition that an accident would happen) * * * [ˌpremə nɪʃ(ə)n] to have a premonition a premonition that + clause (she had a premonition that an accident would happen) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • premonition — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ eerie, spooky VERB + PREMONITION ▪ feel, get, have PREPOSITION ▪ premonition …   Collocations dictionary

  • premonition — pre|mo|ni|tion [ˌpreməˈnıʃən, ˌpri: ] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: Late Latin praemonitio, from Latin praemonere to warn before ] a strange feeling that something, especially something bad, is going to happen premonition of ▪ a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • premonition — UK [ˌpreməˈnɪʃ(ə)n] / US noun [countable] Word forms premonition : singular premonition plural premonitions a strong feeling that something is going to happen, especially something bad have a premonition of/that: He had a premonition of imminent… …   English dictionary

  • premonition — noun (C) a strange and unexplainable feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen: have a premonition: When Anne didn t arrive, Paul had a premonition that she was in danger. (+ of): a premonition of death …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • premonition — pre|mo|ni|tion [ ,premə nıʃn ] noun count a strong feeling that something is going to happen, especially something bad: have a premonition of/that: He had a premonition of imminent disaster …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Premonition — refers to a situation when future events are foreknown or forecast or foretelling. They are attributed by some people to the presence of supernatural or paranormal abilities (see Cassandra myth). However, the distinction between precognition and… …   Wikipedia

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