英 [,premə'nɪʃ(ə)n; ,priː-]
1. pre- "before" + monit- "warn" + -ion.
2. => forewarn.
- premonition: see monster
- premonition (n.)
- mid-15c., from Anglo-French premunition, Middle French premonicion, from Late Latin praemonitionem (nominative praemonitio) "a forewarning," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin praemonere "forewarn," from prae "before" (see pre-) + monere "to warn" (see monitor (n.)).
- 1. I bet £10 on a horse called Premonition.
- 2. a premonition of disaster
- 3. The day before her accident, she had a premonition of danger.
- 在发生事故的前一天, 她有种危险的预感.
- 4. He had an unshakable premonition that he would die.
- 5. I have a premonition that there will be a storm.
[ premonition 造句 ]