Foresee

• (v. t.) To see beforehand; to have prescience of; to foreknow. • (v. i.) To have or exercise foresight. • (v. t.) To provide.
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foresee

verb picture to oneself; imagine possible; `I cannot envision him as President`
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Foresee

Fore·see' intransitive verb To have or exercise foresight. [ Obsolete]
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Foresee

Fore·see' transitive verb [ Anglo-Saxon foreseón ; fore + seón to see. See See , transitive verb ] 1. To see beforehand; to have prescience of; to foreknow. « A prudent man foreseeth the evil.» Prov. xxii. 3. 2.
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foresee

realize beforehand
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foresee

realize beforehand
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