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fore·see

 (fôr-sē′)
tr.v. fore·saw (-sô′), fore·seen (-sēn′), fore·see·ing, fore·sees
To imagine or know as a probable occurrence; anticipate or predict: foresaw economic decline.

fore·see′a·ble adj.
fore·se′er n.

fore•see•a•ble

(fɔrˈsi ə bəl, foʊr-)
adj.
occurring within a reasonably short time from the moment of utterance.
[1800–05]
fore•see`a•bil′i•ty n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.foreseeable - capable of being anticipated; "foreseeable costs were well within the budget"
predictable - capable of being foretold
Translations
مُمْكِن التَّكَهُّن بِه أو رؤيَتَه
dohledný
forudsigelig
elõrelátható
fyrirsjáanlegur
dohľadný
görülebilen

foreseeable

[fɔːˈsiːəbl] ADJ [opportunity] → previsible
in the foreseeable futureen un futuro previsible

foreseeable

[fɔːrˈsiːəbəl] adjprévisible
in the foreseeable future → dans un avenir prévisible
for the foreseeable future → dans un futur proche

foreseeable

adjvoraussehbar, absehbar; in the foreseeable futurein absehbarer Zeit

foreseeable

[fɔːˈsiːəbl] adj (opportunity) → prevedibile
in the foreseeable future → nell'immediato futuro

foresee

(foːˈsiː) past tense foreˈsaw (-ˈsoː) : past participle foreˈseen verb
to see or know about before or in advance. He could foresee the difficulties.
foreˈseeable adjective
able to be foreseen. in the foreseeable future (= soon; within a short space of time).
ˈforesight (-sӕit) noun
the ability to see in advance what may happen and to plan for it. She had the foresight to drive carefully in case the roads were icy.
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In these circumstances, and against the background of its long-term goals of price stability and sustainable economic growth and of the information currently available, the Committee believes the risks continue to be weighted mainly toward conditions that may generate heightened inflation pressures in the foreseeable future.
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Given predictable and manageable future operating and capital requirements, and the absence of currently foreseeable additional debt, Fitch believes revenue and financial expectations are attainable.