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forecaster

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforecasterfore‧cast‧er /ˈfɔːˌkɑːstə $ ˈfɔːrˌkæstər/ noun [countable]  someone whose job is to say what is likely to happen in the future, especially what kind of weather is expected the weather forecaster Economic forecasters think that the stock market is set to fall.
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forecasterAnother forecaster picks it second, and one other puts it in a tie for runner-up.Not until June did forecasters appreciate how severe El Nino might be.Perhaps economic forecasters and consultants should consider the beam in their own eye before criticising the Government's figures.They would then be in the position of the top market forecasters who know their advice will be self-fulfilling.However, some other forecasters are more sanguine about inflation.Computers at the centres hold information of vital importance to any private forecaster.However, weather forecasters say the cyclone should move offshore, promising dry conditions on Sunday.The weather forecaster does as he should: he attempts to give the approximate atmospheric conditions for the next few days.weather forecasterEven weather forecasters are asking themselves that.However, weather forecasters say the cyclone should move offshore, promising dry conditions on Sunday.The local weather forecaster had told me we'd get rain and we did.The weather forecaster does as he should: he attempts to give the approximate atmospheric conditions for the next few days.
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