n (fml 文) vague feeling that sth (esp sth unpleasant) will happen; foreboding 预感（尤指不祥的）; 凶兆
*a presentiment of trouble ahead 要出乱子的预感.
1700-1800; Language: French;Origin:
pressentiment, from Latin
praesentire 'to feel before'
a strange feeling that something is going to happen, especially something bad
= premonitionpresentiment of a presentiment of disaster
1. Soapy followed the man with a presentiment that luck would again run against him. 索皮跟随着那人，却有预感幸运将再次与他背道而驰。