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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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