have a hunch

have a hunch (about someone or something)

To have a strong intuitive feeling about someone or something. I can't explain it, I just have a hunch that Maggie's pregnant. Mom keeps saying that she has a hunch about our trip. She really seems to think something bad is going to happen to us.
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have a hunch (that something is the case)

 and have a hunch about something
to have an idea about what did, will, or should happen; to have a feeling that something will or should happen. I had a hunch that you would be here when I arrived. I have a hunch about the way things will happen.
See also: have, hunch
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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