- prescient (adj.)
- 1620s, from Middle French prescient (15c.) and directly from Latin praescientem (nominative praesciens), present participle of praescire (see prescience).
- 1. It was a remarkably prescient vision.
- 2. Regrettably for Australia, that report appears remarkably prescient.
- 不幸的是, 该报告的预测惊人地准确.
- 3. This was his second prescient call.
- 4. In this , the critics were unfortunately quite prescient.
- 非常不幸, 这些批评有着很高的预见性.
- 5. Though absurdly unscientific even for its time, phrenology was remarkably prescient - up to a point.
- 尽管颅相学在当时显得不符合科学原理,是荒谬的,在某种程度上, 颅相学仍是非常有先见性的.
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