Forecaster
Forecaster \Fore*cast"er\, n. One who forecast. --Johnson. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • forecaster — (n.) 1630s, agent noun from FORECAST (Cf. forecast) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • forecaster — noun A person who forecasts. Students will be surprised to see the weather forecaster is not really standing in front of the maps. These are keyed in electronically; the forecaster stands in front of a green/blue screen …   Wiktionary

  • forecaster — forecast forecast 2 verb forecast PTandPP or forecasted [transitive] ECONOMICS …   Financial and business terms

  • forecaster — [[t]fɔ͟ː(r)kɑːstə(r), kæst [/t]] forecasters N COUNT A forecaster is someone who uses detailed knowledge about a particular activity in order to work out what they think will happen in that activity in the future. → See also weather forecaster… …   English dictionary

  • forecaster — UK [ˈfɔː(r)ˌkɑːstə(r)] / US [ˈfɔrˌkæstər] noun [countable] Word forms forecaster : singular forecaster plural forecasters someone whose job is to make a statement about what is likely to happen, especially relating to the weather …   English dictionary

  • forecaster — fore|cast|er [ˈfo:ˌka:stə US ˈfo:rˌkæstər] n 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… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • forecaster — forecast ► VERB (past and past part. forecast or forecasted) ▪ predict or estimate (a future event or trend). ► NOUN ▪ a prediction or estimate, especially of the weather or a financial trend. DERIVATIVES forecaster noun …   English terms dictionary

  • forecaster — noun see forecast I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • forecaster — See forecastable. * * * …   Universalium

  • forecaster — fore|cast|er [ fɔr,kæstər ] noun count someone whose job is to make a statement about what is likely to happen, especially relating to the weather …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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