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augur

US [ˈɔɡər]
UK [ˈɔːɡə(r)]
  • v.预示;占卜;预言
  • n.(古罗马的)卜占官;卜占师;预言者
  • Web占卜师;预兆;预卜
Plural Form:augurs  Present Participle:auguring  Past Participle:augured  
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主(吉或凶);是…的预兆to be a sign that sth will be successful or not successful in the future
Conflicts among the various groups do not augur well for the future of the peace talks.
各派之间的冲突对和平谈判不是一个好兆头。

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