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premonition
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
premonition /,pri:mə'niʃn/
  • danh từ
    • sự báo trước; sự cảm thấy trước
    • linh cảm; điềm báo trước
Concise Dictionary
premonitions‚prɪːmə'nɪʃn /pre-
noun
+a feeling of evil to come
+an early warning about a future event

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
intuition, foreboding, presentiment, forewarning, suspicion, feeling, hunch, Colloq funny feeling, sneaking suspicion:
I had a premonition that something terribly evil was lurking in store for me.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
~ (of sth / that ...) a feeling that sth is going to happen, especially sth unpleasant: a premonition of disaster + He had a premonition that he would never see her again.
premonitory adjective (rare, formal): a premonitory dream
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

shudder

VERB + PREMONITION

feel, have

PREP.

~ about
Perhaps he had a premonition about what might happen in London.
| ~ of
I wonder if she had a premonition of her own fate.



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