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Definition of hunch noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

hunch

 noun
noun
NAmE//hʌntʃ//
 
 
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a feeling that something is true even though you do not have any evidence to prove it It seemed that the doctor's hunch had been right. My hunch is that the burglars are still in the area. I had a hunch (that) you'd be back.
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