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foresee

  • 1 foresee

    fo:'si:
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) prever
    - foresight
    foresee vb prever
    El pasado de foresee es foresaw y el participio pasado es foreseen; el gerundio se escribe foreseeing
    foresee
    tr[fɔː'siː]
    transitive verb (pt foresaw tr[fɔː'sɔː] , pp foreseen tr[fɔː'siːn] , ger foreseeing)
    1 prever
    foresee [for'si:] vt, -saw ; -seen ; -seeing : prever
    foresee
    v.
    (§ p.,p.p.: foresaw, foreseen) = preconizar v.
    prever v.
    (§pres: preveo, preves...) imp. preve-•)
    fɔːr'siː, fɔː'siː
    transitive verb (past foresaw; past p foreseen) prever*
    [fɔː'siː]
    (pt foresaw) (pp foreseen) VT prever
    * * *
    [fɔːr'siː, fɔː'siː]
    transitive verb (past foresaw; past p foreseen) prever*

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 foresee

    transitive verb, forms as
    academic.ru/65424/see">see voraussehen
    * * *
    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) voraussehen
    - foreseeable
    - foresight
    * * *
    fore·see
    <-saw, -seen>
    [fɔ:ˈsi:, AM fɔ:rˈ-]
    vt
    to \foresee sth etw vorhersehen [o voraussehen]
    I don't \foresee any difficulties ich sehe keine Schwierigkeiten
    to \foresee that/how/what ... vorhersehen, dass/wie/was ...
    * * *
    [fɔː'siː] pret foresaw [fOː'sɔː] ptp foreseen [fɔː'siːn]
    vt
    vorhersehen, voraussehen
    * * *
    foresee v/t irr vorher-, voraussehen
    * * *
    transitive verb, forms as
    see voraussehen
    * * *
    v.
    (§ p.,p.p.: foresaw, foreseen)
    = absehen v.
    voraussehen v.
    vorhersehen v.

    English-german dictionary

  • 3 foresee

    [fɔ:ʹsi:] v (foresaw; foreseen)
    предвидеть; знать заранее

    to foresee trouble - предвидеть неприятности

    to foresee the result of smth. - предугадать результаты чего-л.

    to foresee an accident [a catastrophe] - предвидеть несчастье [катастрофу]

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  • 4 foresee

    fore·see <-saw, -seen> [fɔ:ʼsi:, Am fɔ:rʼ-] vt
    to \foresee sth etw vorhersehen [o voraussehen];
    I don't \foresee any difficulties ich sehe keine Schwierigkeiten;
    to \foresee that/how/what ... vorhersehen, dass/wie/was ...

    English-German students dictionary

  • 5 foresee

    предвидеть глагол:
    предвидеть (foresee, anticipate, forecast, envisage, foreknow, divine)
    провидеть (foresee)
    знать заранее (foresee)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 6 foresee

    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) forudse
    - foresight
    * * *
    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) forudse
    - foresight

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 7 foresee

    foresee vtr (prét foresaw, pp foreseen) prévoir (that que) ; nobody foresaw her being elected personne ne prévoyait qu'elle serait élue ; I don't foresee any problems je ne prévois aucun problème.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 8 foresee

    предвидеть

    to foresee trouble — предвидеть неприятности

    to foresee all possibilities — предвидеть всё возможное

    English-Russian big medical dictionary

  • 9 foresee

    fɔ:ˈsi: гл.;
    прош. вр. - foresaw, прич. прош. вр. - foreseen предвидеть, предвосхищать, предсказывать Nobody could foresee his running away. ≈ Никто не мог предположить, что он убежит. Syn : hope предвидеть;
    знать заранее - to * trouble предвидеть неприятности - to * the result of smth. предугадать результаты чего-л. - to * an accident предвидеть несчастье

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 10 foresee

    foresee [fɔ:ˊsi:] v (foresaw; foreseen)
    предви́деть

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 11 foresee

    foresee v vorhersehen

    English-german law dictionary

  • 12 foresee

    fo:'si:
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) forutse
    - foresight
    verb (foresaw - foreseen) \/fɔːˈsiː\/
    forutse, vite på forhånd

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 13 foresee

    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) sjá eða vita fyrir
    - foresight

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 14 foresee

    előre lát, megsejt
    * * *
    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) előre lát
    - foresight

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 15 foresee

    VT
    1. पूर्वानुमान\foreseeलगाना
    I forsee some danger in the next 24hrs.
    It is difficult to foresee the future of any country.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 16 foresee

    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) antever
    - foresight
    * * *
    fore.see
    [fɔ:s'i:] vt+vi (ps foresaw, pp foreseen) prever, antever, calcular, pressupor, pressagiar.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 17 foresee

    {fɔ:si:}
    v (foresaw, foreseen) предвиждам, предугаждам
    * * *
    {fъ:si:} v (foresaw {fъ'sъ:}; foreseen {fъ:' sin}) предви
    * * *
    предугаждам; предвиждам;
    * * *
    v (foresaw, foreseen) предвиждам, предугаждам
    * * *
    foresee[fɔ:´si:] v (foresaw[fɔ:´sɔ:], foreseen[fɔ:´si:n]) предвиждам; предугаждам.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 18 foresee

    v (past foresaw; p.p. foreseen)
    передбачати; знати заздалегідь (наперед)

    to foresee the result of smth. — знати заздалегідь (наперед) результати чогось

    * * *
    [fxː'siː]
    v
    (foresaw; foreseen) передбачати; знати заздалегідь

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 19 foresee

    v. ileriyi görmek, önceden görmek, geleceği görmek
    * * *
    önceden gör
    * * *
    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) ileriyi görmek
    - foresight

    English-Turkish dictionary

  • 20 foresee

    [fo:'si:]
    past tense - foresaw; verb
    (to see or know about before or in advance: He could foresee the difficulties.) predvideti
    - foresight
    * * *
    [fɔ:sí:]
    transitive verb
    naprej videti, slutiti, predvideti, napovedati

    English-Slovenian dictionary

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