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augur
American English: /ˈɔɡər/
British English: /ˈɔːɡə/

Translation of augur in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • to augur well/illthis vote does not augur well oaugurs ill for the government
    esta votación no augura or no presagia nada bueno para el gobierno
    esta votación es mala señal or mal augurio para el gobierno
    Example sentences
    • He said that both sides' willingness to talk augured well for a peaceful outcome.
    • Indeed, to have an operation begin with a helicopter crash does not augur well for its outcome.
    • Those events certainly did not augur well for the success of the project.

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