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Forcast vs. Forecast

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Forcastverb

To cast away; reject.

Forecastverb

To estimate how something will be in the future.

‘to forecast the weather’; ‘to forecast a storm’;

Forcastnoun

misspelling of forecast

Forecastverb

(obsolete) To contrive or plan beforehand.

Forecastnoun

An estimation of a future condition.

Forecastnoun

A prediction of the weather.

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Forecastnoun

(betting) Exacta.

Forecastverb

To plan beforehand; to scheme; to project.

‘He shall forecast his devices against the strongholds.’;

Forecastverb

To foresee; to calculate beforehand, so as to provide for; as, to forecast the weather; to forecast prices.

‘It is wisdom to consider the end of things before we embark, and to forecast consequences.’;

Forecastverb

To contrive or plan beforehand.

‘If it happen as I did forecast.’;

Forecastnoun

Previous contrivance or determination; predetermination.

‘He makes this difference to arise from the forecast and predetermination of the gods themselves.’;

Forecastnoun

A calculation predicting future events; the foresight of consequences, and provision against them; prevision; premeditation; as, the weather forecast.

‘His calm, deliberate forecast better fitted him for the council than the camp.’;

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Forecastnoun

a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop

Forecastverb

predict in advance

Forecastverb

judge to be probable

Forecastverb

indicate by signs;

‘These signs bode bad news’;

Forecastverb

predict or estimate (a future event or trend)

‘coal consumption in Europe is forecast to increase’; ‘rain is forecast for Scotland’;

Forecastnoun

a calculation or estimate of future events, especially coming weather or a financial trend.

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