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foresee

[ fawr-see ]
/ f蓴r藞si /
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verb (used with object), fore路saw, fore路seen, fore路see路ing.
to have prescience of; to know in advance; foreknow.
to see beforehand.
verb (used without object), fore路saw, fore路seen, fore路see路ing.
to exercise foresight.
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Origin of foresee

First recorded before 900; Middle English; Old English fores膿on.See fore-, see1

synonym study for foresee

1. See predict.

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British Dictionary definitions for foresee

foresee
/ (f蓴藧藞si藧) /

verb -sees, -seeing, -saw or -seen
(tr; may take a clause as object) to see or know beforehandhe did not foresee that

Derived forms of foresee

foreseeable, adjectiveforeseer, noun
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