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presume
prɪ'zuːm
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Take liberties or act with too much confidence.
  2. Take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof.
  3. Constitute reasonable evidence for.
  4. Take upon oneself; act presumptuously, without permission.
Hyphenationpre•sume
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
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假定jiǎdìngto assume; to suppose; supposed; so-called; assumption; hypothesis
推测tuīcèspeculation; to conjecture; to surmise; to speculate
擅自shànzìwithout permission; of one's own initiative
意味着yìwèi zheto signify; to mean; to imply
相信xiāngxìnto be convinced (that something is true); to believe; to accept something as true
料想liàoxiǎngto expect; to presume; to think (something is likely)
假设jiǎshèto suppose; to presume; to assume; supposing that ...; if; hypothesis; conjecture
chuǎi(same as ) to measure; to estimate; to suppose; to gauge what's upon another's mind; to presume; to test; to sound out, (same as ) to weigh in the hand
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