In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(act) pronosticación feminine(prognosis) pronóstico masculine
- For all the attention lavished on polls, prognostications and policy positions, a presidential campaign measures, most of all, the mettle and maturity of the candidates.
- Surgery allows the complete excision of a tumour and lymph nodes and full histological examination for staging, which has implications for prognostication and assessing the need for adjuvant radiotherapy.
- I've been interviewing some experts and I'll have their prognostications up in a little bit.
- I'm not in the business of prognostication, so, I don't know what the history books will say.
- I particularly like the prognostication about future market consolidation.
- He points to the gloomy prognostications after Hurricane Andrew and 9 / 11.
- These elements make the approaching season all the more exciting, while providing prognostication - an inexact science in the best of times - with intriguing possibilities.
- I apologize and pledge not to utter foolish prognostications ever again.
- It's an optimistic and hopeful prognostication of the future.
- When we continue, the editors of the nation's leading business magazines will join us for their thoughts on the week's developments and give us their best prognostication about what we can expect in the week ahead.
- Better still, stick to facts if your prognostications are prone to throw gas on a fire of rumor-mongering and doomsaying.
- Around this time in every midterm election cycle, the vultures of political prognostication begin hovering over incumbents in trouble.
- Two possible scenarios could upset their prognostications.
- Given the greater reliance on biopsy techniques to establish an initial histopathologic diagnosis, prognostication will depend on maximal extraction of information from small biopsy samples.
- I accede to your uncanny powers of prognostication.
- Let's discuss that and not the prognostications of the modern entrail-readers of the opinion poll industrial complex.
- As you can see, prognostication is a dangerous game.
- Their match had almost been epic, but there was little time to sit back and enjoy it as the euphoria of the victory was soon replaced by prognostications about the final.
- Ever since, my prognostications seemed wrong.
- Experience has made me skeptical of physicians' pronouncements and prognostications, especially about people with disabilities.
- Experts scurried to explain their errant prognostications, which had asserted that the race would be too close to call.
- So with these caveats in mind, I am willing to make a couple of straightforwardly vague prognostications.
- As academic life grew more removed from the convention, the prognostications became self-fulfilling prophecies.
- Have the floors of our nation's television studios ever been more littered by dishonored prognostications than in the past twenty-four months?
- Most Stoics welcomed all forms of prognostication, for gaining knowledge of the future enabled the soul to accept its destiny, and astrology was especially favoured as demonstrating the harmony of the universe.
- Your accurate prognostication has spanned relationships, business transactions, even the fickle weather.
- Our focus here is analysis and commentary rather than prognostication.
- The restoration of the handsome houses surrounding the square in the years since Samuel's dire prognostication is a heartening instance of a glorious architectural and sociological renaissance.
- This description of ‘what is to take place hereafter’ is not a prognostication of events in any distant future but a declaration of what is right around the comer, the certain consequences of present conduct.
- As part of your prognostication I would like to ask about the installations of network attached storage and storage area networking devices.
- Compared with their other bizarre predictions and otherwise miserable record of prognostication, this is a minor failing.
- Was this the case of premature prognostication?
- One of my journalistic interests is finance, and I collect errors in financial prognostication.
- If you've got some last minute prognostications or thoughts on the subject, now is the time to spit them out so you can appear to be astute and prescient later on.
- Astrology gained in status during the Gupta period and moved beyond mere prognostication of birthmarks and foretelling of the future by interpretation of dreams and facial features.
- According to some expert prognostication on the Web, the king of natural resources may, once again, be consumed and wasted in spectacular wildfires.
- Although we have hesitated to stake our own success on prognostications for 2003, I am not optimistic on either of these two counts.
- Returning to the print realm for some final prognostication, one might wonder what the future holds.
- It was white and blank, an enticement for cartographical prognostication.
- Yes, political prognostication and economic forecasting share the same occupational hazard of over-extrapolating from a few months of data.
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