Is this phrase correct?
'I could already portend this'
does it really mean something or is it wrong?
Webster definition of PORTEND
"Be a sign or warning that (something, esp. something momentous or calamitous) is likely to happen."
The author may be trying to say they are "predicting a disaster", although the sentence is poorly constructed.
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