- v.猜( guess的过去式和过去分词 ); （引出令人惊奇或激动的事）你猜; 猜对; 猜中;
By now you will have guessed that I'm back in Ireland.
Someone might have guessed our secret and passed it on.
I guessed from his name that Jose must have been Spanish.
He guessed right about some things.
He should have guessed what would happen.
"Thirteen?" he guessed wildly.
As you've probably guessed, the problem was electrical.
I guessed something wasn't quite kosher.
He guessed the number of beans in the jar.
She guessed the right answer at once.
Have I guessed right or wrong?
Aha , I've got [ guessed ] it.
"I detest clutter, you know." — "I didn't know, but I might have guessed."
The suit was faultless: Wood guessed that he was a very successful publisher or a banker.
If she guessed wrong, it meant twice as many meetings the following week.
As a child, few people guessed that he was going to be a famous scientist whose theories would change the world.
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