conjecture en Español

Pronunciación
s. conjetura, cálculo, especulación, interpolación, presunción, suposición
v. conjeturar, presumir, suponer, teorizar; hacer conjeturas, especular

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"If they're mantises, " Al-Sayib conjectured. "Then, yes."
–Si son mantis, –conjeturó Al-Sayib– entonces sí.
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It is clear that there is no classification of the Universe that is not arbitrary and full of conjectures.
Notoriamente no hay clasificación del universo que no sea arbitraria y conjetural.
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There was a great deal of conjecture as to what would happen.
Se hacían muchas conjeturas sobre lo que iba a ocurrir.
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And through where, my heart, so that I can contradict them even better, in case they wondering in conjectures?
¿Y por qué parte, alma mia, porque mejor los pueda contradezir, si anduuieren errados vacilando?
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Probably he had already left, conjecturing that a near visit would be the most logical thing. His chum would simply go wandering through the streets in search of news.
De seguro que había salido, adivinando una visita próxima que no podía ser más lógica. Andaría por las calles en busca de noticias.
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Oh, her son! All her thoughts, her conjectures, her desires, converged on him and her strong-willed husband.
¡Ay, su hijo!... Todos sus pensamientos, sus conjeturas, sus deseos, convergían en él y en su irreductible marido.
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The two friends conjectured his mental labor from his concentrated look, and the low exclamations which were escaping him like the echoes of an interior monologue. Suddenly he leaped from thought to word
Adivinaban los dos amigos su labor mental en la contracción de su frente, en los gruñidos sordos que dejaba escapar, como un eco del monólogo interior. De pronto saltó de la reflexión a la palabra,
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Another day passed by, like its predecessor. In the morning of the following day his perceptions, sharpened by apprehension, made him conjecture that something extraordinary had occurred.
Transcurrió un día más, igual al anterior. En la mañana del siguiente, sus sentidos, afinados por la inquietud, le hicieron adivinar algo extraordinario.
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They conjectured that he was behind them, his mouth at the telephone, conversing with various officials some distance off. Yet the urbane and well-spoken hero was not abandoning for one moment his candied courtesy.
Lo adivinaron a sus espaldas ante la boca de un teléfono, conversando con sus oficiales a varios kilómetros de distancia. El héroe dulzón y bienhablado no abandonaba un momento su retorcida cortesía.
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watching again for the arrival of his letters, making conjectures about the silence of the absent one, sending him packet after packet of everything that the market was offering for the soldiery;
aguardando la llegada de las cartas, haciendo conjeturas sobre el silencio del ausente, enviándole paquete tras paquete con todo lo que el comercio ofrecía para los militares:
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