presage

英 ['presɪdʒ] 美 [ˈprɛsɪdʒ]

n. 预感,预兆,预知
vt. 成为…的前兆,预示,预言
vi. 预言

词形变化

时 态:pre·saged, pre·sag·ing, pre·sag·es

与 presage 相关的例句
  • 1.

    那样的事件常成为战争的前兆。

    Such incidents often presage war.

  • 2.

    这件事件据信是战争的前兆。

    The incident is believed to presage war.

  • 3.

    那样的密云预示着暴风雨将要来临.

    Those clouds presage a storm.

  • 4.

    他突然对即将到来的危险有了一种预感。

    Suddenly he had a presage about the near danger.

  • 5.

    这变化可能预示着有严重问题将要发生。

    The change could presage serious problems.

英英解释

共2个名词解释

1.

a foreboding about what is about to happen

2.

a sign of something about to happen
[] omen,portent,presage,prodigy,prognostic,prognostication
    []
  1. he looked for an omen before going into battle

共1个动词解释

1.

indicate by signs
[] forecast,foreshadow,foretell,augur,auspicate,betoken,bode,omen,portend,predict,prefigure,presage,prognosticate
    []
  1. These signs bode bad news

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