English to Czech Meaning :: hypothesize

Hypothesize :
navrhnout hypotézu
navrhnout hypotézu - navrhnout hypotézunavrhnout hypotézupředpokládanáhypotetizujepředpokládání
 
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Verb(1) to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds

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(1) it was reasonable to hypothesize a viral causality(2) they hypothesize that the naturally high insulin levels result from a ÔÇ£thrifty gene.ÔÇØ(3) to be able to hypothesize is important(4) Based on the discussion above, we can hypothesize a link between a type of counterfactual thinking and learning.(5) They hypothesize that resistance is rational, motivated by organizational threats to workers' identity.(6) Her basketball spirit had diminished unlike that flame the other day, and I believe I may hypothesize the reason.(7) Two things are needed for this: an enthusiastic hypothesiser and an interesting subject.(8) But the story is misleading: in fact linguists are far more likely to be intrepid hypothesizers than critical snipers.(9) The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle hypothesised that space was filled with invisible ether.(10) Hence, they proposed a two-photon process theory that hypothesizes the necessity of the O-intermediate irradiation.(11) It must be noted that the reasoning just quoted hypothesizes an unmonopolized supply of consumer and capital goods.(12) Each activity was hypothesized to motivate students to increase their ethical standards.(13) Schultz explained these results by hypothesizing an inactivation process that ÔÇÿspreadsÔÇÖ from the heterochromatic breakpoint.(14) Maternal rank is hypothesized to play an important role in cub survivorship for two main reasons.(15) Considering Rousseau, with whom he quarrelled, as utopian, he hypothesized an art which was morally neutral and elitist.(16) Their marker order can be easily derived from Catarrhini ancestor hypothesizing a pericentric inversion involving the entire short arm.
Synonyms
Verb
1. suppose ::
předpokládat
3. hypothecate ::
zaručit
4. theorise ::
teoretizovat
5. theorize ::
teoretizovat
6. conjecture ::
dohad
7. speculate ::
spekulovat
Different Forms
hypothesize, hypothesized, hypothesizes, hypothesizing
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