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VERB 猜；猜想；推测 If you guess something, you give an answer or provide an opinion which may not be true because you do not have definite knowledge about the matter concerned.
The suit was faultless: Wood guessed that he was a very successful publisher or a banker...
You can only guess at what mental suffering they endure...
VERB 猜中；猜对 If you guess that something is the case, you correctly form the opinion that it is the case, although you do not have definite knowledge about it.
By now you will have guessed that I'm back in Ireland...
As you've probably guessed, the problem was electrical...
N-COUNT 猜测；猜想 A guess is an attempt to give an answer or provide an opinion which may not be true because you do not have definite knowledge about the matter concerned.
My guess is that the chance that these vaccines will work is zero...
He'd taken her pulse and made a guess at her blood pressure...
PHRASE 大家都拿不准的事 If you say that something is anyone's guess or anybody's guess, you mean that no-one can be certain about what is really true.
Just when this will happen is anyone's guess...
It's anybody's guess what happened.
PHRASE 凭猜测 You say at a guess to indicate that what you are saying is only an estimate or what you believe to be true, rather than being a definite fact.
At a guess he's been dead for two days.
PHRASE 我想；我认为 You say I guess to show that you are slightly uncertain or reluctant about what you are saying.
I guess she thought that was pretty smart...
I guess he's right...
PHRASE 让（人）捉摸不定 If someone keeps you guessing, they do not tell you what you want to know.
The author's intention is to keep everyone guessing until the bitter end...
She was keeping everyone guessing about the latest love in her life.
CONVENTION 你猜怎么着；想不到吧 You say guess what to draw attention to something exciting, surprising, or interesting that you are about to say.
Guess what, I just got my first part in a movie.