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foresee

verb /foːˈsiː/ ( past tense foresaw /-ˈsoː/, past participle foreseen)
to see or know about before or in advance
prever
He could foresee the difficulties.
foreseeable adjective able to be foreseen
previsible
in the foreseeable future (= soon within a short space of time).
foresight /-sӕit/ noun the ability to see in advance what may happen and to plan for it
previsión
She had the foresight to book a table at the restaurant well in advance.
Translations of “foresee”
in Arabic يَتَوقَّع…
in Korean 예견하다…
in Malaysian meramalkan…
in French prévoir…
in Turkish öngörmek, tahmin etmek…
in Italian prevedere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 預見, 預知, 預料…
in Russian предвидеть…
in Polish przewidywać…
in Vietnamese nhìn thấy trước, đoán trước…
in Portuguese prever…
in Thai รู้ล่วงหน้า…
in German voraussehen…
in Catalan preveure…
in Japanese ~を予測する…
in Indonesian meramalkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 预见, 预知, 预料…
(Definition of foresee from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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