hazard a guess

hazard a guess

To make a prediction, estimate, or conjecture. If I had to hazard a guess, I'd say that it's the cooling system that failed. You won't be penalized for hazarding a guess, so be sure not to leave any questions unanswered.
See also: guess, hazard
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As I drive to work each morning I am often As I drive to work each morning I am often left wondering what the day will hold but left wondering what the day will hold but I can never hazard a guess - to me that's I can never hazard a guess - to me that's exciting.
I hate to hazard a guess here, for fear of shattering his ego, but maybe, having spoken to Villas-Boas both clubs struggled to work out the massive gap between what he thinks of himself (the best available manager on the planet) and what he's actually done (had one good season in a league where there is only two good teams).
The excitable individual states: "This could be worth millions, do lots of good work in Birmingham, and solve our budget problems at a stroke." Hancock understands that the Roman Catholic Church has not been approached over the proposal but can hazard a guess at the response.
The online training tool is in a fun, interactive game-show-style format called Hazard a Guess. The tool simplifies the education process around work hazards and safe work practices with its user-friendly application and hands-on format that is specifically designed to appeal to a younger audience.
Anyone care to hazard a guess at what 'type' that may be
To hazard a guess, figure how fast this tree grew in its lifetime.
The game could surely have been played on Saturday or even earlier in the day on Sunday,but again common sense and respect have gone out of the window,at the expense,may I hazard a guess,of the mighty Australian dollar.
Rick Collins says he knows some major league ballplayers are using steroids but can't hazard a guess as to how many.
I WOULD hazard a guess that Eddie and Kathy Irvine are still recovering from their race ace son's Grand Prix win in Melbourne last week.
I won't hazard a guess as to Conrad's position relative to Young's in the roll call of minimalist composers; their personal conflicts run so deep that you could write a book about it.
No one knows the extent of this problem, although the Environmental Protection Agency is attempting to hazard a guess. Its draft risk assessment points to radium-226, a decay product of uranium-238, as the principal isotope of concern.
It's hard to hazard a guess at how many Premier League goals he'll score next season, but bookies appear to be setting the bar low - which will make it even harder to score.
I'D HAZARD a guess and say either 62 or 63, but perhaps one of you dear readers could provide me with the precise answer.
Although Bai attributes the timing of the flares to something that involves the whole sun, he won't hazard a guess as to what that might be.
Ray Cochrane had a cracking Easter at Kempton, landing a 70- 1 big race double on Hazard A Guess and Hard To Figure.