Sinónimos de foresee
to see or know beforehandHe did not foresee any problems.
Nobody can predict what will happen.
They forecast a defeat for the Prime Minister.
We could not have anticipated the result of our campaigning.
Scientists envisage a major breakthrough in the next few years.
She prophesied the Great Fire of London and her own death in 1561.
foretell, , ,
prophets who have foretold the end of the world
She tried to divine which of her siblings was telling the truth.
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in the sense of anticipate
to foresee and act in advance ofWe could not have anticipated the result of our campaigning.
in the sense of divine
to discover (something) by intuition or guessingShe tried to divine which of her siblings was telling the truth.
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