动词过去式:surmised 过去分词:surmised 现在分词:surmising 第三人称单数:surmises
miss,mit＝to send（送）,to throw（投;掷）
/sə'maɪz; sɚ`maɪz/ v [Tn, Tf, Tw] (fml 文) suppose (sth) without having evidence that makes it certain; guess 猜测（某事物）; 猜想; 揣测
*With no news from the explorers we can only surmise their present position/where they are. 我们没有探险者的消息, 只能猜测他们现在所处的位置.
* We surmised that he must have had an accident. 我们猜想他一定出事了.
n [C, U] (fml 文) guess(ing) 猜测; 猜想
*Your first surmise was right. 你第一次猜得对.
* This is pure surmise. 这纯属臆测.
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Old French;Origin: , past participle of surmetre 'to accuse', from Latin supermettere 'to throw on', from mittere 'to send']
formal to guess that something is true, using the information you know already
When he came in, he didn't look up, so she surmised that he was in a bad mood.
>surmisen [U and C]
Charles was glad to have his surmise confirmed.