Definición de prophecy en inglés:

prophecy

Silabificación: proph·e·cy
Pronunciación: /ˈpräfəsē
 
/

sustantivo (plural prophecies)

1A prediction: a bleak prophecy of war and ruin
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  • Who's making bold prophecies for the future of online retail?
  • It tells her prophecies and predictions, and sometimes she can speak to the deceased with it.
  • This was predicted in many prophecies, old and recent, throughout the world.
Sinónimos
1.1The faculty, function, or practice of prophesying: the gift of prophecy
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  • Humans do not have the gift of prophecy, nor do we always have the most accurate knowledge.
  • There was an explosion of oral communication in story, preaching, teaching, worship, prophecy, and so on.
  • His views on the nature of prophecy were unpopular among religious scholars.
Sinónimos

Origen

Middle English: from Old French profecie, via late Latin from Greek prophēteia, from prophētēs (see prophet).

Uso

To avoid a common usage mistake, note the spelling and pronunciation differences between prophecy (the noun) and prophesy (the verb).

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