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foreseeable

adjective uk   /fɔːˈsiː.ə.bl̩/ us    /fɔːr-/
A foreseeable event or situation is one that can be known about or guessed before it happens. in/for the foreseeable future C2 as far into the future as you can imagine or plan for: I'll certainly carry on living here for the foreseeable future. He asked me if there was any point in the foreseeable future when I'd like to have children.
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