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prophesy

US [ˈprɑfəˌsaɪ]
UK [ˈprɒfəˌsaɪ]
  • v.预告;预言
  • Web神示;预示;见预言
Past Tense:prophesied  Simple Present:prophesies  Present Participle:prophesying  
Prophesy
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v.
1.
预告;预言to say what will happen in the future (done in the past using religious or magic powers)
to prophesy war
预言有战争
She prophesied that she would win a gold medal.
她预言自己将赢得金牌。
‘It will end in disaster,’ he prophesied.
“这将以灾难而告终。”他预言道。

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