surmised

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Englisch - Türkisch
tahmin edilmiş
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{i} kanı
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tahmin etmek
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sanısına kapılmak
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{f} zannet
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{i} zan
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kuşkulanmak
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tahmin
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kuşku
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zannetmek
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sanmak
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şüphe
surmise
{i} tahmin, zan, sanı
surmise
{f} tahmin etmek, zannetmek, sanmak; sanısına kapılmak: I surmised that she was unhappy. Mutsuz olduğu sanısına kapıldım
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Englisch - Englisch
Past and past participle of to surmise
surmise
Thought, imagination, or conjecture, which may be based upon feeble or scanty evidence; suspicion; guess; as, surmises of jealousy or of envy
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Reflection; thought; posit
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To conjecture, to opine or to posit with contestable premises
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guess
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to conjecture
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{n} a suspicion, an imperfect notion
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{v} to suspect, imagin, suppose, think
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surmisal
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a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence
surmise
{f} infer, conjecture, guess, presume
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infer from incomplete evidence
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If you say that a particular conclusion is surmise, you mean that it is a guess based on the available evidence and you do not know for certain that it is true. It is mere surmise that Bosch had Brant's poem in mind when doing this painting His surmise proved correct. = conjecture. to guess that something is true, using the information you know already surmise that (past participle of surmetre , from supermettere , from mittere )
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To imagine without certain knowledge; to infer on slight grounds; to suppose, conjecture, or suspect; to guess
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Reflection; thought
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imagine to be the case or true or probable; "I suspect he is a fugitive"; "I surmised that the butler did it"
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{i} guess, supposition, assumption
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A thought, imagination, or conjecture, which is based upon feeble or scanty evidence; suspicion; guess; as, the surmisses of jealousy or of envy
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If you surmise that something is true, you guess it from the available evidence, although you do not know for certain. There's so little to go on, we can only surmise what happened He surmised that he had discovered one of the illegal streets
surmised

    Türkische aussprache

    sırmayzd

    Aussprache

    /sərˈmīzd/ /sɜrˈmaɪzd/

    Etymologie

    [ s&r-'mIz ] (transitive verb.) 1700. Middle English, to accuse, from Middle French surmis, past participle of surmetre, from Latin supermittere to throw on, from super- + mittere to send.

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