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Definition of "forecasts" []

  • To predict or calculate (weather, events, etc), in advance (verb)
  • To serve as an early indication of (verb)
  • To plan in advance (verb)
  • A statement of probable future weather conditions calculated from meteorological data (noun)
  • A prophecy or prediction (noun)
  • The practice or power of forecasting (noun)
  • Plural form of forecast. (noun)

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Use "forecasts" in a sentence
  • "This report and the associated excel database track quarterly KPIs, including revenue service/total, ARPU, CAPEX and EBITDA for over 141 global cellular network operators and provides short term forecasts up to Q4 2012."
  • "Economically speaking, actual results regularly come out quite far away from even pretty near-term forecasts, which is one reason why asking economists (or journalists, for that matter) to predict when we're going to come out of recession is an exercise in futility."
  • "Moreover, the chance of further releases is now another price-capping wild card for near-term forecasts, alongside OPEC infighting, Chinese monetary tightening and Greek solvency."