Foresee



[fawr-see, fohr-] /fɔrˈsi, foʊr-/

verb (used with object), foresaw, foreseen, foreseeing.
1.
to have prescience of; to know in advance; foreknow.
2.
to see beforehand.
verb (used without object), foresaw, foreseen, foreseeing.
3.
to exercise .
/fɔːˈsiː/
verb -sees, -seeing, -saw, -seen
1.
(transitive; may take a clause as object) to see or know beforehand: he did not foresee that
v.

Old English foreseon “have a premonition,” from fore- “before” + seon “to see, see ahead” (see see (v.)). Related: Foresaw; foreseeing; foreseen.

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