forecast

名詞
  • ja

    予想、予測

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a prophecy, estimate, or prediction of a future happening or condition

    Globify による定義
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Here's your 5-day forecast.
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We're looking at heavy dust blocking out the sun and temperatures hovering around negative 200.
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And now, your local forecast.
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Today, expect stormnado winds and an impending monsoonami.
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Flurricanes possible.
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Chance of survival: 29%.
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Blinkered analysts insist on valuing shares against next year's forecast earnings.
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This works for mature businesses.
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It does not work for fast-growing ones.
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They always look overpriced.
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Nor does it make sense to value them on earnings a nebulous 5 years from now.
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Instead, decide whether you think that the business model will work or not.
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The sugaring season usually runs from February to April.
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But that's completely dependent on the weather forecast.
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Obviously, when the weather cooperates and when Mother Nature gives us sap to pull,
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and that's when the temperature's above freezing during the day and below freezing at night.
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That's when the sap runs.
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So what's the forecast?
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The forecast is we're all going to die.
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And there will be no one left to remember our stories.
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We’re at the global headquarters of the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC.
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Every 6 months, the IMF publishes a report called the "World Economic Outlook,"
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where it gives a forecast for the global economy.
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Forecasts like these are a big undertaking.
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So, how are they made?
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We’re going to give you a behind-the-scenes look inside the process.
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With the help of these maps, many departments simply put cops on the dots in order to prevent future crimes.
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This hotspot analysis has become more sophisticated, leading to predictive policing.
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Most predictive policing begins with a grid, dividing a city into squares that can be as small as half a block.
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Beginning with data of previous crimes, computer programs create a forecast for each square,
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estimating the risk of a crime occurring there during the precinct's next 4-hour shift.
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l have today's forecast for you.
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Hot!
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Alright, well, how about a quick 10-day forecast, then?
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Y'all are gonna be kissing my butt on Monday.
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Y'all are gonna be kissing my butt on Tuesday.
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And you're gonna be kissing my butt all the way through the weekend because there's snow!