pronostic

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From Middle French prognostic, from Medieval Latin prognōsticus, from Ancient Greek προγνωστικός (prognōstikós, foreknowing), from πρό- (pró-, before) + γνωστικός (gnōstikós, relating to knowledge), from γιγνώσκω (gignṓskō, to be aware of, perceive, observe, know, learn).

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pronostic m (plural pronostics)

  1. prognosis (all meanings)

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