premonition

  • 1 prémonition — [ premɔnisjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1842, repris XXe; premonicion XIIIe; de pré et lat. monere « avertir » ♦ Avertissement inexplicable qui s impose à la conscience et fait connaître un événement à l avance ou à distance. ⇒ intuition, pressentiment;… …

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  • 2 Premonition — refers to a situation when future events are foreknown or forecast or foretelling. They are attributed by some people to the presence of supernatural or paranormal abilities (see Cassandra myth). However, the distinction between precognition and… …

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  • 3 Premonition — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Premonition Título Premonition (7 días) Ficha técnica Dirección Mennan Yapo Producción Adam Shankman Guión Bi …

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  • 4 Premonition — Prémonition Pour les articles homonymes, voir Prémonition (film, 2004). Une prémonition, du préfixe pre et du latin, monere, désigne le sentiment de savoir ce qui va arriver dans le futur. Une prémonition peut être une conviction que quelque… …

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  • 5 Premonition — Студийный альбом Tony MacAlpine Дата выпуска 1994 Жанр инструментальный гитарный рок Продюсер Майк Уорни Лейбл Shrapnel …

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  • 6 Premonition — Pre mo*ni tion, n. [L. praemonitio. See {Premonish}.] Previous warning, notice, or information; forewarning; as, a premonition of danger. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 premonition — I noun augury, auspice, boding, caution, divination, evil adumbration, feeling, foreboding, forefeeling, foreshadowing, foretoken, forewarning, hunch, intimation, misgiving, monitio, monitum, omen, portent, prediction, premonishment,… …

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  • 8 premonition — (n.) mid 15c., from Anglo Fr. premunition, from L.L. praemonitionem (nom. praemonitio) a forewarning, from pp. stem of L. praemonere forewarn, from prae before (see PRE (Cf. pre )) + monere to warn (see MONITOR (Cf …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 9 premonition — [n] feeling that an event is about to occur apprehension, apprehensiveness, feeling, feeling in bones*, foreboding, forewarning, funny feeling, handwriting on wall*, hunch, idea, intuition, misgiving, omen, portent, prenotion, presage,… …

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  • 10 premonition — ► NOUN ▪ a strong feeling that something is about to happen. DERIVATIVES premonitory adjective. ORIGIN Latin, from praemonere forewarn …

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  • 11 premonition — [prem΄ə nish′ən, prē΄mənish′ən] n. [MFr premonicion < LL(Ec) praemonitio < L praemonere < prae , before + monere, to warn: see PRE & MONITOR] 1. a warning in advance; a forewarning 2. a feeling that something, esp. something bad, will… …

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  • 12 Premonition — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel: Die Vorahnung Originaltitel: Premonition Produktionsland: USA Erscheinungsjahr: 2007 Länge: 94 Minuten Originalsprache: Englisch …

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  • 13 Prémonition — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Prémonition (film, 2004). Une prémonition, du préfixe pre et du latin, monere, désigne le sentiment de savoir ce qui va arriver dans le futur. Une prémonition peut être une conviction que quelque chose va arriver …

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  • 14 premonition — n. 1) to have a premonition 2) a premonition that + clause (she had a premonition that an accident would happen) * * * [ˌpremə nɪʃ(ə)n] to have a premonition a premonition that + clause (she had a premonition that an accident would happen) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 15 premonition — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ eerie, spooky VERB + PREMONITION ▪ feel, get, have PREPOSITION ▪ premonition …

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  • 16 premonition — pre|mo|ni|tion [ˌpreməˈnıʃən, ˌpri: ] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: Late Latin praemonitio, from Latin praemonere to warn before ] a strange feeling that something, especially something bad, is going to happen premonition of ▪ a… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 premonition — UK [ˌpreməˈnɪʃ(ə)n] / US noun [countable] Word forms premonition : singular premonition plural premonitions a strong feeling that something is going to happen, especially something bad have a premonition of/that: He had a premonition of imminent… …

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  • 18 premonition — [[t]pre̱mənɪ̱ʃ(ə)n, AM pri͟ː [/t]] premonitions N COUNT If you have a premonition, you have a feeling that something is going to happen, often something unpleasant. He had an unshakable premonition that he would die. ...a real, genuine… …

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  • 19 premonition — noun (C) a strange and unexplainable feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen: have a premonition: When Anne didn t arrive, Paul had a premonition that she was in danger. (+ of): a premonition of death …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 premonition — pre|mo|ni|tion [ ,premə nıʃn ] noun count a strong feeling that something is going to happen, especially something bad: have a premonition of/that: He had a premonition of imminent disaster …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English