I also asked the same question in HiNative.

  • It's a Chinese phrase, not Japanese.
    – naruto
    Aug 28, 2023 at 14:13
  • This made me cringe
    – Star Peep
    Aug 28, 2023 at 15:30

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No, the word 有不好的預感 is not a word in Japanese.

If you are asking whether 不好的預感 (whatever this language is) means いやなよかんがする in Japanese, then you should know this site is not a proofreading/translation service, so you'd better ask somewhere else or look it up in a dictionary.

You don't need to keep making duplicate questions in both HiNative and Japanese Stackexchange. Even though both sites help you with Japanese, their goals and usage are different.

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