picture to oneself; imagine possible
act in advance of; deal with ahead of time
- I didn't foresee this turn of events.
- Nobody can foresee what will happen.
- There's no way to foresee the consequences.
- Nobody can foresee when the war will end.
- No one can foresee how that result will turn out.
- In point of fact it is difficult to foresee the destiny of people.
- The aim of science is, as has often been said, to foresee, not to understand.
- Indeed, the initial Articles of Association of Sovello foresee that:
- A fourth user claimed it could not foresee the impact if measures were maintained.
- The projections foresee a part of the grant to serve as a reserve.
- It is necessary to foresee a short supplementary time in view to clarify the situation.
- The Member States concerned foresee progressive amortisation of the LPMD, as indicated in Table 4.
- The parties can for instance foresee ‘overcapacities’ for a given period in their plans.
- Foresee a separate entry in the table for each contract or phase, where relevant.
- Judging by its business plan, the Consortium as owner did not foresee such an orientation.