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probable 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈpräbəbəl/,
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Likely to be the case or to happen,
  1. Likely to be the case or to happen
    • - it is probable that the economic situation will deteriorate further
    • - the probable consequences of his action
Noun
  1. A person who is likely to become or do something, esp. one who is likely to be chosen for a team
    • - Merson and Wright are probables

  1. an applicant likely to be chosen
  2. likely but not certain to be or become true or real; "a likely result"; "he foresaw a probable loss"
  3. apparently destined; "the probable consequences of going ahead with the scheme"
  4. (probably) with considerable certainty; without much doubt; "He is probably out of the country"; "in all likelihood we are headed for war"
  5. (probably) credibly: easy to believe on the basis of available evidence; "he talked plausibly before the committee"; "he will probably win the election"
  6. Probability is a way of expressing knowledge or belief that an event will occur or has occurred. The concept has been given an exact mathematical meaning in probability theory, which is used extensively in such areas of study as mathematics, statistics, finance, gambling, science, and philosophy ...
  7. (Probably (song)) "Probably" is the second single from the album Go and Ask Peggy for the Principal Thing by German pop band Fool's Garden. It was released in 1997.
  8. (Probably (South Park)) "Probably" is episode 58 of the Comedy Central series South Park. It originally aired on July 26, 2000. It is the second part of a two-part episode, the first being "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?"
  9. (probableness) The state or quality of being probable
  10. (probably) can only be used if you know and state the statistical probability.
  11. ((probably)) she could ~ die elle pourrait bien mourir.
  12. (Probably) Plausibly, convincingly
  13. (Probably) becomes probz, prbly, prolly, or prob
  14. (probably) tabun, ka mo shirenai
  15. A contingent loss is probable if it is uncertain but likely to happen.
  16. evidence indicates there is data strong enough to support a probable causal relationship between the exposure and the risk of a particular cancer. There is enough evidence to generally justify recommendations designed to reduce the risk of cancer.
  17. CAUSE:  A reasonable belief that a crime was committed, and the person accused of the crime was responsible. A probable cause hearing is held in felony matters.
  18. A clinically compatible case with presumptive laboratory results
  19. Something that is likely to exist, occur, or be true, although evidence is insufficient to prove or predict it with certainty.
  20. refers to the level of confidence that one has concerning a genealogical fact. In this case, it suggests that the fact is more likely true than not, but that there is no direct primary source that can be cited to show that it is true. ...
  21. Lone Horn, Minneconjou chief (d. 1875)
  22. happening more often than not
  23. probable, likely, probably