- 美[ˌpriməˈnɪʃən, ˌprɛmə-]
- n.预感，预兆; 前兆，征兆; 预先的警告（告诫），预诫;
- 复数: premonitions;
- 形容词: premonitory;
a premonition of disaster
I bet £10 on a horse called Premonition.
The day before her accident, she had a premonition of danger.
This unpleasant premonition was followed by anxiety.
I have a premonition that there will be a storm.
As we approached the house, I had a premonition that something terrible had happened.
He had an unshakable premonition that he would die.
She had a vague premonition of danger.
Everything seemed clear to him now; he had a premonition of a still unhappier future.
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I was sure now that my premonition of evil was justified.
Soon their premonition came true.
When I heard his words, my heart thumped and I had a kind of ominous premonition.
The morning before the car accident , he had a premonition of disaster.
The gardener's odd behavior showed that he had had a premonition of death.
What is the premonition, or, the warning?
什么是告诫或警告 呢 ?
In fact Muliniao already had a premonition before the game international Milan will possibly lose Derby.
But Mozart had been right in his premonition: he had written his own requiem.
The Power Glove gave me a premonition of my own death.
In young man heart suddenly crimple , produced a kind bodeful premonition.
A sense that something is about to occur; a premonition.
But what if it was a premonition?
但是如果那是前兆 呢 ?
He had had a premonition about this a long time ago.
I have a premonition that: Bozi the benefits may have to drop out.
He had a premonition of impending doom.
Los Angeles is a premonition of this new civilization.
He had a premonition that he would never see her again.
1. a feeling of evil to come;
"a steadily escalating sense of foreboding"
"the lawyer had a presentiment that the judge would dismiss the case"
2. an early warning about a future event