1. predict

verb. ['prɪˈdɪkt, priːˈdɪkt'] make a prediction about; tell in advance.


  • guess
  • forebode
  • calculate
  • prophesy
  • foretell
  • call
  • prognosticate
  • promise
  • vaticinate
  • augur
  • hazard
  • forecast
  • pretend
  • anticipate
  • second-guess
  • wager
  • venture
  • bet
  • read


  • mistrust
  • distrust
  • credit
  • debit

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Rhymes with Predict

  • contradict
  • constrict
  • restrict
  • handpicked
  • conflict
  • inflict
  • convict
  • strict
  • depict
  • afflict
  • tricked
  • sticht
  • slicked
  • schlict
  • schlicht
  • pricked
  • evict
  • clicked
  • addict
  • ticked
  • picked
  • picht
  • nicked
  • licked
  • licht
  • kicked

How do you pronounce predict?

Pronounce predict as prɪˈdɪkt.

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Sentences with predict

1. Verb, base form
Both numbers are used to help predict how well a potential candidate may do in law school.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
In addition, derivatives often predict the future price of the underlying asset, thereby guiding economic activity.

3. Noun, singular or mass
It might also be undergirded by human psychology in ways we didn’t predict.

Quotes about predict

1. Nobody can predict the future. You just have to give your all to the relationship you're in and do your best to take care of your partner, communicate and give them every last drop of love you have. I think one of the most important things in a relationship is caring for your significant other through good times and bad.
- Nick Cannon

2. If God has made the world a perfect mechanism, He has at least conceded so much to our imperfect intellect that in order to predict little parts of it, we need not solve innumerable differential equations, but can use dice with fair success.
- Max Born

3. The first two lessons, which we learned early in our efforts to be good member missionaries, have made sharing the Gospel much easier: We simply can't predict who will or won't be interested in the Gospel, and building a friendship is not a prerequisite to inviting people to learn about the Gospel.
- Clayton Christensen

2. predict

verb. ['prɪˈdɪkt, priːˈdɪkt'] indicate by signs.


  • betoken
  • bode
  • foretell
  • prognosticate
  • threaten
  • foreshow
  • augur
  • forecast
  • portend
  • prefigure
  • indicate
  • bespeak
  • signal
  • foreshadow
  • omen
  • auspicate
  • presage


  • multiply
  • integrate
  • differentiate
  • add