Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Presume"

The meaning of "Presume" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does " I'll presume that Maple got it right " Is presume mean he is not 100% sure its right or not? mean?
A: He’s not 100 percent sure but he thinks Maple is right because she is the most probable or logical choice based on her previous record.

Ex: I’ll presume you are done with your homework because you’ve done it every night so far.

Ex: I presume the Chiefs won the game. They’ve won most of their games so far.
Q: What does presume mean?
A: Suponer
Q: What does presume mean?
A: assume, suppose
Q: What does I presume you advertise in the national press as well as the trade press. mean?
A: "national press" refers to newspaper and magazine publications that regular people from all over the country purchase and read for news, entertainment, financial information, etc.

"trade press" refers to newspaper, journal, or magazine publications that are targeted specifically to professionals working in a particular trade (industry or occupation).

For example, you may have a "trade magazine" for engineers that is full of content which is specifically targeted at engineers and is only relevant to people who study or work in the field of engineering.

Example sentences using "Presume"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "think, suppose, assume, presume, find, fancy" these words mean kind of thinking words but, i realized they have different meanings. plz. give me some examples..
A: I think I should be doing my homework.
I suppose this makes me a bad student.
I assume I’ll have to work all night long to finish my homework.
I presumed that I this app wouldn’t be any fun.
I find this app very fun.
I fancy this app.
Q: Please show me example sentences with presume.
A: They presumed him dead.
Such a notion is presumed to be underway.
Stop presuming that I will give up.
Q: Please show me example sentences with presume.
A: I presume you want me to help you?
Q: Please show me example sentences with presume.
A: I presume you won't be coming to the party tonight?
I presume you'd like to know how much you'll be paid?
Q: Please show me example sentences with presume .
A: I presume you don't know the answer, am I correct?
(Presume means to 'assuming something before knowing if it is true' I'm pretty sure)

Synonyms of "Presume" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between presume and assume ?
A: when you are presuming, you're not sure of what you are saying, while in assuming, you has certainties of what you are affirming
Q: What is the difference between presume and assume ?
A: Presuming (presume) is usually a thought based on evidence before an answer is known. While assuming (assume) is usually an uneducated guess.
Q: What is the difference between presume and suppose and assume ?
A: Basically presume is formal, assume less formal and suppose the most general form. When to use them, it's about context.
Q: What is the difference between presume and assume and which one has negative meaning ? ?
A: "Both of these terms mean "to take for granted" or "suppose," but PRESUME conveys a little more confidence based on probability, reasonable grounds, or evidence.
ASSUME is to take for granted without proof. In other words, something you PRESUME is more likely to be true than something that you ASSUME."
Q: What is the difference between presume and assume ?
A: Overall, they mean the same thing, but presume means making a very educated guess, based on evidence. Assume means to make a guess based on a small amount of evidence.

Translations of "Presume"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? assume and presume
A: Assume is a guess with out evidence or reason
Presume is a guess with evidence or reason

"I assumed it would rain today"
"I presumed it would rain today because it has been dark and cloudy all morning"

Other questions about "Presume"

Q: I presume that you've had 24 hrs without meals. does this sound natural?
A: 그렇게 말해도 괜찮은데, I presume that you’ve had no meals in the past 24 hours / I presume that you haven’t eaten within the past 24 hours 좀 더 좋을 것 같아요!
Q: I presume that she’s considerably finished writing the book. does this sound natural?
A: @giyotin

Right - I understand.

You can say "practically finished", no problem.

Even "largely finished" is ok.

The problem with Considerably is that it tends to be a modifier of other modifiers.

- I am considerably LESS pleased with my progress than I'd hoped.

Or here, it builds up an adjective :

- he is considerably fitter than Dara.

"Finished" is a definite state. Considerably is a bad choice to modify it.

It's just the way it is 🤷‍♀️
Q: Please show me how to pronounce presume .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: looking at the picture/situation I can presume that.. does this sound natural?
A: That's very proper sounding! Most Americans don't say presume, we usually say infer. It means the same thing (to make a calculated guess) but "presume" has an air of superiority (it sounds snotty).
Q: Forget him, and presume his a stranger. does this sound natural?
A: His = possession.
It's more proper to use "he's" (he is) when explaining someone.
"Forget him, and presume he's a stranger."

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