/,pri:mə'niʃn, ,prem-; ,primə`nɪʃən, ,prɛm-/
n ~ (of sth/that...) feeling that sth unpleasant is going to happen （不祥的）预感
*a premonition of disaster 大祸临头的预感
* My premonition was right. 我的预感应验了.
* As we approached the house, I had a premonition that something terrible had happened. 我们走近这所房子时, 我预感到出事了.
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French;Origin:Late Latin praemonitio, from Latin praemonere 'to warn before']
a strange feeling that something, especially something bad, is going to happen
a premonition of death
When Anne didn't arrive, Paul had a premonition that she was in danger.
1. My premonition was right. 我的预感应验了.