HyperDic: prever

Español > 9 sentidos de la palabra prever:
VERBOcommunicationprever, anticipar, augurar, predecir, presagiar, pronosticar, vaticinarmake a prediction about
creationprever, concebir, imaginar, pensarform a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
communicationprever, agorar, anunciarse, augurar, predecir, prefigurar, presagiar, pronosticar, vaticinarindicate by signs
cognitionprever, anticipar, esperarregard something as probable or likely
cognitionprever, augurar, calcular, contar, estimar, presagiar, pronosticarjudge to be probable
socialprever, anticiparse, anticiparact in advance of
cognitionprever, anticipar, preveer, prevenir, saber de antemanorealize beforehand
cognitionprever, incluir, tomar en cuentaallow or plan for a certain possibility
creationprever, visualizarpicture to oneself
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 1, communication
Sentidomake a prediction about; tell in advance.
Sinónimosanticipar, augurar, predecir, presagiar, pronosticar, vaticinar
Específicoadivinar, anticiparattempt to anticipate or predict
apostarMaintain with or as if with a bet
augurarpredict from an omen
calcular, determinar, preveerpredict in advance
interpretar, leerinterpret the significance of, as of palms, tea leaves, intestines, the sky
profetar, profetizarpredict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration
Generaladivinar, aparentar, aventurar, conjeturar, especular, fingirPut forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation
Ingléspredict, foretell, prognosticate, call, forebode, anticipate, promise
Catalánanticipar, augurar, predir, presagiar, preveure, pronosticar, vaticinar
Adjetivoanticipador, en anticipaciónIn anticipation
predictivo, proféticoOf or relating to prediction
Nombresadivino, pronosticador, vaticinador, videntesomeone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)
anticipación, predicción, previsiónThe act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)
corazonada, pálpito, presentimientoA feeling of evil to come
predicción, pronosticación, vaticinioknowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source)
predicción, pronosticación, pronósticoA statement made about the future
predicción, previsión, prognosis, pronósticoA prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
presagio negativoAn unfavorable omen
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 2, creation
Sentidoform a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case.
Sinónimosconcebir, imaginar, pensar
Específicocreer, figurarse, imaginar, pensarimagine or visualize / visualize
ensoñar, soñar despierto, soñarHave a daydream
fantasear, soñarindulge in fantasies
fantasearPortray in the mind
figurarse, imaginarse, imaginar, representarse, ver, visualizarimagine
prefigurarimagine or consider beforehand
prever, visualizarpicture to oneself
visualizarform a mental picture of something that is invisible or abstract
Inglésimagine, conceive of, ideate, envisage
Catalánafigurar-se, concebre, imaginar-se, imaginar
Adjetivocreativo, imaginativo, ingenioso, inventivo(used of persons or artifacts) marked by independence and creativity in thought or action
Nombresidea, pensamientoThe content of cognition
ideaciónThe process of forming and relating ideas
imagen mental, imagen, representación mental, representaciónThe ability to form mental images of things or events
imaginaciónThe formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 3, communication
SentidoIndicate by signs.
Sinónimosagorar, anunciarse, augurar, predecir, prefigurar, presagiar, pronosticar, vaticinar
Específicoacechar, amenazarTo be a menacing indication of something
profetizarforetell by divine inspiration
Generalapuntar, demostrar, indicarBe a signal for or a symptom of
Inglésbode, portend, auspicate, prognosticate, omen, presage, betoken, foreshadow, augur, foretell, prefigure, forecast, predict
Catalánaugurar, predir, presagiar, pronosticar, vaticinar
Adjetivoanunciado, presagiadoindistinctly prophetic
predictivo, proféticoOf or relating to prediction
Nombresagüero, anuncio, augurio, auspicio, premonición, presagio, pronósticoA sign of something about to happen
augur, auspex(ancient Rome) a religious official who interpreted omens to guide public policy
auspicioA favorable omen
predicción, previsión, prognosis, pronósticoA prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
prefiguraciónThe act of providing vague advance indications
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 4, cognition
Sentidoregard something as probable or likely.
Sinónimosanticipar, esperar
Específicoadquirir, asumir, dar por sentado, presumir, suponertake to be the case or to be true
conjeturar, especular, hipotetizar, imaginar, suponer, teorizarTo believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds
considerarBe confident about something
creer, imaginar, opinar, pensar, suponerExpect, believe, or suppose
Generalevaluar, juzgar, opinar, pensarform a critical opinion of
Similaraguardar, anticipar, contar, esperar con expectación, esperarlook ... / look forward to the probable occurrence of
Inglésexpect, anticipate
Catalánanticipar, esperar, expectar, preveure
Adjetivoexpectantemarked by eager anticipation
Nombresexpectación, expectativaThe feeling that something is about to happen / happen / happen
expectativa, perspectivabelief about (or mental picture of) the future
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 5, cognition
Sentidojudge to be probable.
Sinónimosaugurar, calcular, contar, estimar, presagiar, pronosticar
Específicoincluir, prever, tomar en cuentaAllow or plan for a certain possibility
Generalevaluar, juzgar, opinar, pensarform a critical opinion of
Ingléscalculate, estimate, reckon, count on, figure, forecast
Catalánaugurar, calcular, estimar, presagiar, preveure, pronosticar
Adjetivocalculablecapable of being calculated or estimated
Nombresadivino, pronosticador, vaticinador, videntesomeone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)
calculista, computador, estimadora, estimador, figurer, tasadoraAn expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)
calculo, cálculo, cómputoThe procedure of calculating
predicción, previsión, prognosis, pronósticoA prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 6, social
SentidoAct in advance of; deal / deal with ahead of time.
Sinónimosanticiparse, anticipar
Generalactuar, hacer, llevar a cabo, obrarPerform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
Inglésanticipate, foresee, forestall, counter
Catalánanticipar-se, anticipar
Adjetivoanticipador, en anticipaciónIn anticipation
NombresanticipaciónThe act of preventing something by anticipating and disposing of it effectively
anticipador, anticipanteOne who anticipates
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 7, cognition
Sentidorealize beforehand.
Sinónimosanticipar, preveer, prevenir, saber de antemano
Generalestar seguro de, saberBe aware of the truth of something
Inglésanticipate, previse, foreknow, foresee
Nombresanticipador, anticipanteOne who anticipates
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 8, cognition
SentidoAllow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something.
Sinónimosincluir, tomar en cuenta
Específicopresupuestarcalculate enough money for
Generalaugurar, calcular, contar, estimar, presagiar, prever, pronosticarjudge to be probable
Inglésallow, take into account
Catalánincloure, preveure, tenir en compte, tenir en consideració
Adjetivoadmisible, permisibleDeserving to be allowed or considered
Español > prever: 9 sentidos > verbo 9, creation
Sentidopicture to oneself; imagine possible.
Sinónimovisualizar
Generalconcebir, imaginar, pensar, preverform a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
Inglésenvision, foresee
Nombresrepresentación mental, visión mentalvisual imagery

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