[ US /ˈfɔɹˌkæstɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /fˈɔːkɑːstɪŋ/ ]
  1. a statement made about the future
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How To Use forecasting In A Sentence

  • Forecasting is a basic ingredient of business planning.
  • In the one-step ahead forecasting situation, we assumed that the industrial practitioners updated their data quarterly.
  • People should be able to see a noticeable improvement in the accuracy of forecasting. Times, Sunday Times
  • Weather forecasting is an inexact science.
  • Forecasting methods now commonly employed for this purpose rely on time-series approaches that generally ignore economic content.
  • But the catering, hotel and retail sector is still forecasting a 20% increase in graduate intake.
  • Was that reporting, or doom-laden forecasting? Times, Sunday Times
  • At last, using the chosen eigenvector and kernel function build dam deformation forecasting model.
  • Earlier in the day, light siftings of snow had drifted down and melted in the open sunny spaces, but some had accumulated in the shady nooks, forecasting the possibility of a cold night, and heavier snows to come. The Plains of Passage
  • After spending what he described as a stressful weekend with his sick 3-year-old daughter, Santorum resumed his campaign at a suburban St. Louis community college -- assuring people that his daughter was improving and forecasting a political revival in swing states such as Missouri. The Full Feed from
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