think ahead


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w>think ahead

vivorausdenken; (= anticipate: driver etc) → Voraussicht walten lassen
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"Think ahead," said the Patchwork Girl, seating herself in a chair.
"And it's lucky for you with your fool sentiments that you've got somebody to think ahead for you, else you'd all starve to death.
'That is the reason why I'm like this right now but still have a future so we need to think ahead.'
The Think Ahead campaign is being introduced in the Charnwood area in response to local residents' safety concerns, particularly regarding horse riders and cyclists.
The pork barrel of the past could have taken care of all the above-mentioned needs a long time ago, if only our government officials were honest enough and had the brains to think ahead for the people who elected them.
Mr Mughal said the nation should think ahead of Kalabagh Dam and press the government to construct small dams on a war footing to save the masses, agriculture and industrial sector.
He maintained that anti-terrorism strategy should be chalked out by keeping in mind that terrorists think ahead into the future.
If I think ahead to springtime, somehow things don't feel so bad.
Think ahead to 2027--what will solar power look like?
He said: "It's very easy to start to think ahead. If someone tells you, 'Don't think ahead if you get up early', you think ahead.
Murray said: "It's very easy to start to think ahead. If someone tells you, 'Don't think ahead if you get up early', you think ahead.