forespeak(redirected from forespeaks)
tr.v. fore·spoke (-spōk′), fore·spo·ken (-spō′kən), fore·speak·ing, fore·speaks
1. To predict.
2. To arrange for in advance.
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vb (tr) , -speaks, -speaking, -spoke or -spoken
1. to predict; foresee
2. to arrange or speak of in advance
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v.t. -spoke, -spo•ken, -speak•ing.
1. to predict; foretell.
2. to ask for or claim in advance.
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Past participle: forespoken
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