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vt. 事后劝告, 预言|
vi. 事后劝告, 预言
|1. ||Don't try to second-guess the outcome.|
|2. ||If a state law does not discriminate against interstate commerce, they argue, the federal courts should not second-guess the state legislature about the balance between a statute's costs and benefits.|
|3. ||In particular, a great deal turns on the degree to which the court is willing to second-guess the administrative agency as opposed to deferring to that agency on the basis of its expertise.|
|4. ||It is easy to second-guess the casting of the film, e.g. say that the wrong actors were chosen .|
|5. ||It was reluctant to second-guess the agency on the technical issues involved. Community Nutrition Institute v. Young, 773 F.2d 1356 (D.C.Cir.1985).|
|6. ||It' s easy to second-guess the casting of the film, eg say that the wrong actors were chosen.|
|7. ||Of course we’re sure; otherwise, we wouldn’t have asked. It shouldn’t second-guess us or itself.|
|8. ||Rather than stand up for the rights of Hong Kong's people, it is inclined to second-guess the views of the government in Beijing.|
|9. ||The papers have all been trying to second-guess each other about the President's next move.|
|10. ||Usually, however, courts do not attempt to question the agency's motives or to second-guess its judgment as to how to develop policy.|