forecast

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
forecast

Third-person singular
forecasts

Past tense
forecasted

Past participle
forecasted

Present participle
forecasting

  1. To forecast is to make an educated guess about the future.
    His forecast of how much money the company would make this month was much higher than the actual amount.

Noun[change]

Singular
forecast

Plural
forecasts

  1. A forecast is a studied guess of something in the future.
  2. A forecast is a prediction of the weather.
    What's the forecast for tomorrow?