theorize about (someone or something)

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theorize about (someone or something)

To speculate, conjecture, or make guesses about someone or something. Everyone has been theorizing about what the company's next product might be. If I'm going into business with someone, I don't want to have to speculate about them, their past, or their motivations—I want concrete facts.
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theorize about someone or something

to hypothesize about someone or something; to conjecture about someone or something. Let's not waste time theorizing about Ted. He won't change. I can only theorize about what happened.
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Beginning with natural numbers and covering the realms of infinity from prime numbers to parallel lines, the authors explore how mathematicians have tried to grasp the ungraspable, Profiles of individuals range from Pythagoras, who theorized about irrational numbers, to Georg Cantor, who proved that infinity can come in different sizes.
"Although some scientists had theorized about the presence of [such] delayed high-energy gamma rays, this was the first time we actually observed them," says Kevin Hurley, an astrophysicist at the University of California, Berkeley.