Definition of postdiction in English:

postdiction

noun

  • An assertion or deduction about something in the past; the act of making such an assertion or deduction.

Origin

1940s. From post- + diction or its etymon classical Latin dictiōn-, dictiō, after prediction.

Pronunciation

postdiction

/ˌpəʊs(t)ˈdɪkʃn/