anybody's guess

(a matter of complete uncertainty: Who will win is anybody's guess.) nenuspėjamas dalykas, galima tik spėlioti

English-Lithuanian dictionary. 2013.

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  • anybody's guess — Purely a matter for individual conjecture, impossible for anyone to know • • • Main Entry: ↑guess * * * I see guess II anybody s (or anyone s) guess very difficult or impossible to determine how well the system will work is anybody s guess * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • It's Anybody's Guess — Infobox Television show name=It s Anybody s Guess caption=Title shot genre=Game show creator= company=Stefan Hatos Monty Hall Productions director=Joseph Behar starring=Monty Hall narrated=Jay Stewart theme music composer=Stan Worth country=USA… …   Wikipedia

  • be anybody's guess — if a piece of information is anybody s guess, no one knows it. Why Becky left is anybody s guess. So what s going to happen now? That s anybody s guess …   New idioms dictionary

  • anybody's/anyone's guess — ◇ Something that is anybody s/anyone s guess is something that is very uncertain or that no one knows. What causes these changes is anybody s guess. [=no one knows what causes these changes] It s anyone s guess what his next book will be about. • …   Useful english dictionary

  • guess — guess1 W3S1 [ges] v [Date: 1200 1300; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] 1.) [I and T] to try to answer a question or form an opinion when you are not sure whether you will be correct ▪ I d say he s around 50, but I m only guessing.… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • guess — 1 /ges/ verb 1 WITHOUT BEING SURE (I, T) to try to answer a question or make a judgment about something without having all the necessary facts, so that you are not sure whether you are correct: I d say he s around 50, but I m only guessing. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • guess — [[t]ge̱s[/t]] ♦♦ guesses, guessing, guessed 1) VERB If you guess something, you give an answer or provide an opinion which may not be true because you do not have definite knowledge about the matter concerned. [V that] The suit was faultless:… …   English dictionary

  • anybody — /en ee bod ee, bud ee/, pron., n., pl. anybodies. pron. 1. any person. 2. anybody s guess, a matter of conjecture: It s anybody s guess why she quit. n. 3. a person of some importance: If you re anybody, you ll receive an invitation. [1250 1300;… …   Universalium

  • ANYBODY — n. & pron. 1 a a person, no matter who. b a person of any kind. c whatever person is chosen. 2 a person of importance (are you anybody?). Phrases and idioms: anybody s (of a contest) evenly balanced (it was anybody s game). anybody s guess see… …   Useful english dictionary

  • guess — guess1 [ ges ] verb intransitive or transitive *** to say or decide what you think is true, without being certain about it: a contest to guess the weight of the pig guess what/who/how etc.: Would anyone like to guess what this object is? guess at …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • guess*/*/ — [ges] verb [I/T] I 1) to say or decide what you think is true, without being certain about it a competition to guess the weight of the pig[/ex] Whoever guesses correctly will win two tickets to the show.[/ex] Would anyone like to guess what this… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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